The View from a Drawbridge

The random musings of a bridgetender with entirely too much time on her hands.

For several years now, I’ve participated in a delightful photography/creative writing experiment that was created by two of my favorite bloggers, Anju, who writes This Labyrinth I Roam, and Norm, who writes Classical Gasbag. They thought it would be interesting to see what people all over the world were doing/seeing/experiencing at the same point in time. As Norm explains it, in N-N-1 the first N stands for the number of participants, the second for the number of photos (they should be the same, although I cheated this time), and the 1 stands for one time.

Anju hosted this edition (thanks, Anju!), and the theme was, basically, Christmas cheer and/or the wonderful way we humans can overcome. The submissions were amazing and inspiring. I encourage you to participate in the next one. We host them sporadically, and I’m always fascinated by the different ways each person interprets the chosen theme. Without further ado, here’s Anju’s post.

Happy New Year everyone. Hope you are having a wonderful start to 2022! Norm, the genius that he is, suggested an end of year N-N-1 that captures human resilience and the spirit of Christmas. What better way to start the new year than to share some of these pictures with you, featuring my very favourite […]

N-N-1 Hello 2022! — This Labyrinth I Roam

4 thoughts on “N-N-1 Hello 2022! — This Labyrinth I Roam

  1. cupitonians says:

    Thank you so much for participating and being such an integral member of the N-N-1 project. You are one of my favourite writers and so it’s always amazing when I get to read your posts, especially when they are written on mine! ❤

    1. That’s a very high compliment from someone I consider to be an amazing writer herself! One of the best parts of blogging is that I get to know wonderful people like you! ❤

      1. cupitonians says:

        Hear, hear! Now setting intentions to see you and hug you in person! ❤

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