I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Saturday, February 27, 2016

In Loving Memory of EG and Her Husband

They will be missed. May they rest in peace.

I wish I had more to write, but she was an amazing woman and photographer and an inspiration to many, including me.

10 comments:

Nora said...

Yes I feel the same way. I felt like I wanted to do something to remember Tina always. I was very shocked at the news and it made me realize that over many years of blogging and reading friends blogs each day, that we develop a relationship and we know them just as well as if we saw them each day. It is a special group we have here. I always enjoy your sunsets so much.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
...ditto... YAM xx

George said...

I completely agree.

Penelope Puddlisms said...

Yes … her passing and my reaction and sadness to it made me realize that blogging friends can start to feel like friends in the non-cyber world. She made an impact and her curiosity, kindness and love of life and nature showed through. The suddenness of what happened to her and her husband is also a jolt of reality that anything can happen at any time.

Barb said...

I agree - I've been thinking of her daily. It shows the link we have with our blog friends.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Amen to that!! [I shared a link on my birding blog yesterday to the site of the accident...a photo. My goodness. So, so sad]

Michelle said...

They will truly be missed!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You know I have tried to say a few words about her but I just cannot. What a shock.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

We're all with you Sylvia, I will miss Tina's witty and wonderful comments everyday, and her gorgeous images also. Life can be so harsh.

ladyfi said...

Such shocking and tragic news!

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