Saturday, September 02, 2006

Is it time for a banner change again?


I was thinking of changing banners again, and came up with the one above, GIMPed from several Scotland photos. It didn't really turn out like I wanted, so unfortunately it goes into the scrap bin. Any ideas?

11 comments:

OK said...

Big bum - maybe a bear or something scratching it's behind...

pycnogenol said...

See Mynn, OK has exactly the same image or idea that I've told you not too long ago. ;)

The one above is not too bad really.

mynn said...

hehehe, alot of people have asked to put literally scratching something ... thanks for the input.

i'm just waiting for an idea to come!

dyanna said...

I have this image in my head:

The long wooden fork that you use to scratch your back with.

But nice GIMPing.

Been trying to put comments in since last Friday, but there's something wrong with Blogger.

ok said...

it does not allow a fellow blogger sometimes so i have to tick other

ok said...

it does not allow a fellow blogger sometimes so i have to tick other

mynn said...

same with me, i have to put "other" as well lately .... there definitely is something wrong with the comments login then ....

mynn said...

dyanna
haha ... thanks for the idea ...

nnydd said...

Mynn, n whosoever chance upon this.

http://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/

mynn said...

nnydd
i did take a look, but didnt' understand what it was about.

nnydd said...

Mynn:
Oh OK. This is a programme of events when fees to many cultural/heritage areas are being waived. This Heritage Open Days are specific for England - there are others for Wales and Scotland -and is part of the larger European initiative.

This kind of open days are actually not new. In Scotland for e.g. it is a tradition that each year, usually in April, there would be a day (actual date announced via Scottish Heritage site early in the year) during which all castles and medieval buildings would be FREE to enter including its best three: Edinburgh, Stirling, and Eilean Donan. Life is not always fair but life is also full of surprises!

If you are going to stay in the UK a bit longer, I would like to recommend this: www.travel-offers.co.uk. You get FREE hotel accommodation all year round after paying £29.95 for a Privilege Pass. The only catch is that you have to pay for the meals. No worries for next year's Edinburgh Fest hey, ;)

Here is also a head up: www.hotukdeals.com. Self-explanatory. Combine with quidco.com and you could be generating fab side incomes! I mean how on earth could you buy a thing for 5 quids, and being rewarded with free items and 20 quids in return? Life is indeed not always fair and full of surprises! teehee...