The Extraterrestrial Trance Party under the Milkwood Trees and a few other stories

And now something completely different ….

weird short stories and other things

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You may make up your own stories:

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landschappen eens iets anders dan Macrofotografie…

My roots are there but the new growth tips are nowadays near the Southernmost Tip of the African Continent

Nancy Mehuys Fotografie

Ik heb er eventjes genoeg van van macrofotografie en wilde vandaag weer eens mijn gewone lens gaan testen !!! Het is toch weer wennen hoor…toch ben ik blij met deze resultaten ik zal nog heel veel moeten oefenen dat weet ik nu al 🙂 prettig weekend !!!

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At the end it’s the money that counts

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There are many incredible online marketing tools to measure the interest in a brand. But how reliable are these. The good ones provide you with an indication but again: how reliable? Usually I tell clients to deduct 30 to 40 percent because nothing is as unpredictable as the weather and the consumer.

Just one example from my own practice: A small business in the hospitality shares an own blog post on its FB-page and shares this also on 3 other regional FB-pages. It results in 7 FB-likes in total but 854 hits on the original blog post linked to Facebook and, in this case, South Africa. I can also question the reliability of the ‘Insights’ of the different FB-pages that only totalled a ‘reach’ of 503. Organising an ‘Event’ on FB is also a hazard. Usually the ‘friends/followers’ that indicate their presence don’t show up so I advise my clients to act accordingly…

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The wildflower meadow

My choice today. Was longing for a North European landscape this morning. And here is Bente from Norway who says it like the Dutch; with flowers.

Bente Haarstad Photography

Blomstereng ved Brekken, Røros i Sør-Trøndelag. Blant annet blåklokker (Campanula), rødkløver og harerug. The nights are already getting darker, in fact pitch-dark at about 10. But we can still enjoy the summer in daytime. And in the mountains the natural wildflower meadows are now at their best. Here are some harebells (Campanula rotundifolia), red clover (Trifolium pratense) and alpine bistort (Bistortia vivipara).  I  hope you enjoy some wildflowers too. Here are som more pictures on this link Pictures of Norwegian wildflowers

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