Thursday, January 12

Something I HAD to share!

20 comments:

  1. That was so lovely! I smiled all the way through.
    Jane x

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  2. I smiled, too, but I also cried. This is delightful, done in the wonderful voice of David A.

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  3. I both smiled and cried too girls xxxxxx

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  4. I'm smiling! Beautiful rendition of this beautiful song. :D

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  5. Delightful. Brought a lump to my throat.

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  6. I've seen this several times. Beautiful programme...... I wish he would sing it though!
    Maggie x

    Nuts in May

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  7. Brilliant, so many wonderful clips.

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  8. Hello,
    Lovely to meet you, thank you for your fabulous comment. I taught myself to crochet about a year ago, I'm sure you'll be fine. Good luck.

    Love xxx

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  9. The photography (if that is the correct word for something that moves) is just amazing!

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  10. Oh I loved this Denise.
    Talk about a feel good piece.
    I had to share it on FaceBook too.
    Thanks and have a good weekend.

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  11. Aaah .. it IS wonderful, isn't it?

    When I was working in a city school, there were teenagers who had never been outside the city in their entire lives, had no idea what the world was like 'out there' and in fact had seldom even been beyond the town centre! It's stunning that the world should be so narrow for some, and yet wide open for others.

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  12. Beautiful! I had such a crush on David Attenborough when I was a teenager.

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  13. I struggle to watch video's on my computer - it keeps starting a stopping but even so - it was Wonderful.

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  14. Lovely, nature is amazing isn't it?

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  15. I loved that....thank you!

    Lou x x x

    PS. As for the crochet, my mum and YouTube got me started. If I can do it anyone can. :0) X

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  17. Marvellous pictures of our beautiful amazing world. Unfortunately, most people don't actually see this side of nature, living in cities and surrounded by dirt and grime and garbage. Thank goodness for David Attenborough!

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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