BAGMAN: Shut up and post Suzi's statue!
Suzy's statue has all the elements
BAGMAN: Yeah, yeah -- wood, metal, stone -- but just look at Kupe's wife! She's got the most wonderful mmffsffff (Butler's hand comes down hard on Bagman's mouth).
BUTLER (angrily): I felt good that some of the readers wanted us back in the blog, So don't you go and spoil it for us!
As usual, I try and ignore the dynamic duo and continue posting this week's spotlights.
Rebecca's all-elements-in-one bridge
Rebecca's shot could also qualify for "shadows" or "reflections" themes. Butler likes the lines a lot.
I was amazed at how many photographers captured all of the elements of Queenmother Mamow's challenge in one picture.
E.G.Wow's snowcovered woodpile
There were a couple of snow-covered woodpiles. I almost expected to see Butler taking Bagman out behind the woodpile.
BUTLER: "I need to correct you, Mark. The old phrase about discipline is "out behind the woodshed."
Kim's Rock Quarry
Kim had some nice snow-covered logs too but I picked the quarry one for variety.
And then there was one of my all-time favorites.
Ginger's Biggest Stone
Bagman (mouth dropping open): "Wow."
Butler (mouth dropping open - but only a little in a polite sort of way): "Wow."
Yep. That is one big stone...or rock. And a testiment to being at the right place at the right time.
Anyhow, next week's theme is "Hearts." Happy Valentine's Day to all of you!