Vote for Joyanne and WIN!

Incoming from Joyanne Goodenough over at the Portfolio Collection Travel Blog.

Hi 6000

If you’ve already seen this, sorry! I am trying to round up as many votes as possible…
I have a big favour to ask…

Three of my photos have been selected for a monthly Facebook competition where the winner gets an Apple Macbook. As my own el cheapo laptop is dying and no longer works without being plugged in, I would dearly love to win this…
Bottom line is I’m begging for your vote. I have quite a lot already but am still behind the top photo by a ways…
You get – a feeling of enormous well being for helping me and the chance, as a voter, to win an iPod Nano.

Still reading?
It really is quick and painless… and if I say so myself I think the pics are worth a vote.

Go to:

‘Like’ the group to join it (you can always unjoin at the end of June if you wish…)
Please ‘like’ the following pics which are mine…

A thousand “thank you”s.

No worries, Joyanne. We at Chez 6000 have long been admirers of your photography, so I’m happy to help, as will our reader who does everything we tell him to. So that’s two more votes for starters.
Seriously, don’t let me down here, guys – I’ve even given you a simple clickthrough link for each of the photos:


… so you hardly have to do anything at all.

So let’s get Joyanne a sparkly new computer. And maybe yourself an iPod into the bargain.
Happy Days…

Three Prague Bridges

I was last in Prague [many] years ago, but I loved the place and would be very happy to go back there. Especially given the fact that the kids are playing up today and it’s grey and damp in Cape Town. 

Capetonian Joy-Anne Goodenough – whose photographs I featured back in March – has been spending a few weeks over there and has been (semi-)regularly updating her flickr photostream. Here’s one of my favourites, which seems particularly apt on a rather colourless day in the Mother City.

Three Prague Bridges. (I advise you to go large)

A wonderful view looking up the Vltava River and (leaving aside the fact that Joy-Anne evidently can’t count beyond three) a very atmospheric photograph.
You can see more amazing pictures from Joy-Anne’s visit in her Czech 2009 flickr set.