Surface Mono: Berlin

Posted: July 18, 2014 in Photography, Traskland, Travel
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So if you look to the left…

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…you will notice this nifty badge displayed under the heading “Blurb Store.” See it, that large white rectangular shape with stuff inside its borders? The image looks suspiciously like a book cover, doesn’t it? Then come the words “By J.V. Brennan” which are placed a bit too far underneath it. Below those words and to the right is the Blurb logo, a blue irregular hexagon with the word “blurb” prominently etched within. Following along? I suspected as much. Well, all that is fine, quite lovely and the like. But the most important part of the badge sits on the extreme lower left, the orange letters “Book Preview” which rest there like a delicious bit of chocolate waiting to be savored.

You are savvy; you have been playing on the interwebs for a long time now. You know all about different colored words on a web page. You know what happens if you hover that screen arrow of yours over them. You know how the screen arrow turns into a hand with an index finger pointing upwards. You know when that happens something magical is suddenly within your reach – the possibility of travel to new, exciting, and unknown interweb destinations! Who doesn’t love a bit of travel, especially the mysterious kind? You are staring at that iconic hand and finger and you know you want to go to the Land of Book Preview, you must go the Land of Book Preview. Nobody is stopping you, so go. Now seems like the perfect time. Enjoy your trip and remember to keep your seatbacks and tray tables in the upright position on takeoff and landing.

P.S. – You could simply click here to experience the journey again! (More different colored words.) You’re welcome.

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Comments
  1. rangewriter says:

    Very cool! Congratulations.

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  2. Lisa says:

    congratulations! a wonderful journey indeed, and thank you for sharing it with the rest of us.

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  3. Patti Kuche says:

    Wow, you have been busy, and what a wonderful journey!

    Like

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