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Wasted Sunset

By tull
The day is gone
when the angels come to stay
And all the silent whispers
will be blown away.

Title/Lyrics: Blackmore/Gillian.

Many thanks to all for your kind words on my last upload and I think it's fair to keep you all up to date.

My health has took another turn for the worse and basically it's to many years of dialysis which is leaving me very tired and having to use my scooter to get around a lot more and my memory is shot to bits and the simple of tasks like writing this description gets very frustrating as I for get how to spell and what I was going to say! So commenting on here would take a day!

I do miss all the good friends I made here and think of you often and would love to return but my lethargy and muddled brain prevent me.

This photo was taken last week at Hunstanton, Norfolk-a place riddled with aids! Everywhere I looked there was swimming aids, first aids and lemonades.

Take care all and hope to be back after my transplant.

Mark

Tags: Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: Cormy, SRC15, jdenman and 33 more

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Comments


Cormy 8 3 England
2 Aug 2008 5:00PM
Thios is a superb image.
Cheers
Alan

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2 Aug 2008 5:02PM
Awesome Pic!

Stu!
jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
2 Aug 2008 5:05PM
Cracking image.
John
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
2 Aug 2008 5:15PM
Good luck with your transplant Mark,we will all be thinking of you.Good to see you can crack the funnies.
All the best and a good shot to.
Tom.
KBan 11 490 4 England
2 Aug 2008 5:34PM
lookin good Mark
keith
bfgstew 9 668 105 England
2 Aug 2008 5:52PM
Nothing can take your sense of humour Mark, keep your chin my friend and thanks for sharing a glorious sunset, take care.
Stew
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2008 6:43PM
Many thanks kind folks!

Mark
2 Aug 2008 7:22PM
This picture is beautiful Mark, I'd like to wish you lots of luck with your transplant and hope you have a speedy recovery.
Best Wishes,

Sally
2 Aug 2008 7:24PM
Mark the image is excellent, but your thoughts and comments are more important. You have many friends here. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you progress though the challenges you face. I look forward to a dynamic exchange in the future (and at any appropriate moments on the journey) when you are a transformed man!

God bless, Mike
bunbeam 10 2 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2008 8:45PM
awesome shot, nice to see you.. hope things happen for you soon
bunSmile
3 Aug 2008 11:10AM
A superb shot Mark. I pray that the transplant goes well mate and that we will all be able to welcome you back very very soon. God bless and our thoughts and best wishes go with you.

Geoff
Chant57 Plus
10 395 3 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2008 11:11AM
A lovely image Mark, your narrative speaks volumes, and as much as you miss your buddies here on epz, Im sure Im not alone when I say we miss you too. Do continue to upload as and when, good luck with the transplant, and do try to keep your chin up buddy.
Take care and hugs to you and your family my friend.
Chant x
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2008 2:48PM
Much thanks and appreciation folks, your kind thoughts and wishes mean so much.

Mark.
3 Aug 2008 3:09PM
Nice one mate, and if you're not back after the transplant I'll never speak to you again. Take care
David
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
3 Aug 2008 4:47PM
Wonderful sunset dear Mark. Glad to see your work if only occasionally xx Hope your transplant is succesfull , though I hadn't heard of head transplants before Smile . Good luck ,my prayers are added to all your friends on here . xxxxxxxx Smile Smile
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2008 7:39PM
Many thanks folks much appreciated.

Mark
MalcolmS Plus
10 1.2k 13 England
3 Aug 2008 7:50PM
Cracking range of colours Mark.
Great to hear from you mate, glad to see your sense of humour still has its edge, miss it loads.
Went to the concert at Anfield at the beginning of June, saw The Zutons, Kaiser Chiefs and McCartney, brilliant night, thought of you.
Keep well, hope you get sorted, all the very best fom Norma and me.

Malcolm
GillyB Plus
11 317 8 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2008 11:45PM
Good luck and take care my friend ........ love your humour, come back soon Smile

gill
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 9:27AM
Much thanks and appreciation folks

Mark
johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
4 Aug 2008 3:29PM
Love your photos Mark and I wish you well for the future. Take mate. John
georg Plus
11 4 South Africa
6 Aug 2008 11:38AM
tranquill
Pegon 11 78 1 England
7 Aug 2008 10:07PM
A cracking shot Mark. Hope all goes well with the transplant and your back with us soon.
All The Best.
Pete.
thorn 11 124 2 Scotland
10 Aug 2008 12:31AM
Hi Mark,
What a cracker of a shot,love the lighting on the water,tones,peaceful atmosphere and hope you are keeping better and the family are well too.It's great to see you are coming back on again.Take care,AnnSmile
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2008 4:45PM
Many thanks folks much appreciated.

Mark
John_Humphreys 10 69 2 Ireland
18 Aug 2008 10:42PM
Very nice picture Mark - full of warmth and tranquility. Sorry to hear you're not the best but sounds like there is hope with the transplant. You never seem to lose your sense of humour. All the best for the time being.
John
sputnki 12 10 Canada
23 Aug 2008 11:40AM
Hey Mark,

Great to see the sense of humour still at work! Best of luck with the transplant list.

Doug
georg Plus
11 4 South Africa
26 Aug 2008 3:02PM
Sorry for not always commenting on the photos. Here at Qatar Airways they believe a pilot should fly maximum hours. I would love more time on ePz and making comments. Sometimes I do, mostly I don't. All depends on the time I have. Have a splendid day!
Georg
gajj 12 32
14 Sep 2008 1:51PM
Your humor, wit and sensitivity are always shining in your pictures and your lead-ins - even from thousands of miles away. Best of luck on your transplant, god speed on your recovery.
Until a better time,
Jan
Patricia Fenn 12 614 56 Greece
17 Sep 2008 8:54AM
wonderful image Mark. Great to see you haven't lost that dry sense of humour tooSmile

Very best of luck with the transplant. thinking of you, P, XXX
annefromleo 10 11 1 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2008 11:39PM
Tull my friend, how great to hear from you again, thinking of you, hugs
Anne
ChrisOs 11 2 1 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2008 10:31PM
Hi Mark. Just trying to catch up now I've got my new Mac and Broadband. This is a cracking image and I'm glad to see your sense of humour is still in good form. I hope your health soon improves to match your wit.
Take care my friend.
Chris
andytvcams 13 10.4k United Kingdom
7 Oct 2008 2:18AM
Sorry to come to the table late Mark.
But have been away from Epz for a few months.
Just wishing you the best of luck and your not very far away from my thoughts.

Andy...
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2008 4:44PM
Many thanks folks much appreciated as always.

Mark.
HUMIE 9 2 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2008 7:47PM
A lovely image Mark.

*Mike*
6 Nov 2008 11:40PM
Beautiful !

David

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