Paul - who brings friendly nonsense (blur_kiwi) wrote,
Paul - who brings friendly nonsense

More new friends

Yet again, I am very happy to welcome two more new friends to my LJ. I always enjoy trying to find some images to dedicate to new friends when they come along.  I hope I get it right most of the time.  

iridie  comes from Germany. Like me she is a fan of Goldfrapp (I feel lucky that I saw them play live a couple of years ago in Cardiff, great show). She also enjoys travel and is particularly enamoured with Japan. As someone who has Japanese friends, I can fully understand that. She is also into photography and her LJ contains some truly great images. So, this is a picture of the Kawarua Gorge near Queenstown in New Zealand. It is the site of the most famous bungee jump in the world and featured in the Lord of the Rings films (though they managed to avoid filming the bridge!). I hope you like it.

 _karo  is another new friend from Vladivostock. More and more I feel this is a city I should visit as I now have so many friends there, it seems. She is a friend of bothraz00m andyanka85 I really like some of the photographs in her LJ and the ones of her are particularly striking. I am looking forward to getting to know you better through LJ. 

The picture I have chosen for you was also taken in New Zealand. It is a picture of a dog rose on a rock beside Lake Wanaka. As always, I hope you like it.

So I welcome both of my new friends to my LJ world, I hope you like what I am trying to do here.
 If you would like to see larger versions of the pictures, please just click on them.


Tags: dedicated pics, new friends

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