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Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by MrsKitty, Feb 11, 2007.
I dont know why, but the second one reminds me of something. What caused to blue cast on the left of the second shot?
I think that could be blue sky.
ahhhh, the white area is clouds. I see now.
Hey, I resemble that remark.
The blue, along the left-hand side of the second pic, is actually some of the ridges from the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Quit picking on blonds
Quit picking on blonds [/B][/QUOTE]
blondEs......you must be one LOLOLOL
Not any more.
I cut off eighteen inches of blond curly hair a couple years ago.
My daughter has hair(blonde) almost to her rear end. Any mention of cutting starts a fight....
Oh, I shall have to open my Fowler and quote from it in defense of blonds:
Therefore, as there were two blonds here, misskitty5077 and I, provided misskitty5077 meant both of us in her impassioned defense, she was technically correct.
She used it as a noun didnt she?
I am a blonde at heart myself.
The question now arises if a man is a blonde or a blond. Since Fowler did not use a comma after "as noun", I would say a male is a blond. However, let me peek into the Oxford American Dictionary. Here it is:
blond n. a fair-haired man.
blonde n. a fair-haired woman.
misskitty5077 still has a firm footing .
I always wondered what the difference was between blond and blonde
Mine was down to my butt wet and almost to my waist dry. It is naturally curly and I was so tired of fighting it...
I was Matrix SoColor ULN until I cut it off