Is the door closed?

Is the door closed?

I wish all the best to the following bloggers…



Rasta Teacher

Robert Santafede Photography


About NgTom

Three fundamental constituents support my life; they are literature, philosophy and photography. And I am rather glad that I don't really need them to sustain my living. But, it only implies my incompetent.
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12 Responses to Is the door closed?

  1. Very nice. I, too, wonder (and worry sometimes) what happens when we don’t hear from our fellow blogging friends for a while.

  2. 事事难料,不过这世界就是如此


  3. Having to wait for the “Like” to load, but I LIKE this one, NgTom…just am bit puzzled. Are these bloggers ‘closing shop’, perhaps?

    • NgTom says:

      I have no way to find out the exact reason, Madam…
      I just can’t stop myself not to worry.
      Or, a bit of wonder…what is happening?

      • I went to each site, my friend, and found that there have been no new posts in quite a long time on all. Perhaps they’ve given up? Perhaps there are health problems? I have occasionally received a comment within the last few months from Robert Santafede…so, yes, I do wonder, as I cannot imagine being without sharing my images with the world!

        I sincerely hope your weekend has been somewhat relaxing, and you are ready to face the new week with enthusiasm!

      • NgTom says:

        Thank you for the kind concern…
        I have a happy time reading your posts…
        Have a nice day, kind Madam…

  4. gabriarte says:

    la mia porta è aperta al mondo ciao dall’Italia

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