Thursday, December 2, 2010

Entre-ouverte


Do you sometimes wonder if you share too much of your personal life on your blog?

Here is another shot of Canon A-1.

Le morceau du jour: Isbells.

22 comments:

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Yes, I have wondered if what I share is too much. I'm still not sure. Some days it feels a big scary world out there and others a friendly blissful one.

jane said...

:)
dreamy shot my dear...

Bichos da Matos said...

Just keep sharing your wonderful photos! Dreamy shot indeed...

le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Toujours ;) mais j'ai des "trucs" ;)

Belle image, allégorie de la pensée, ouverte sur l'extérieur...

hannah said...

beautiful entryway!

yeah, sometimes i feel like i should leave out personal details on my blog...but when i think about it...it's my blog, and it's supposed to be like my own diary for me to document events, daily life etc.

if people don't care to read, it doesn't bother me one bit because i do it for me. :)

suzie said...

Not long ago I asked the same question on my blog….I hate the way the internet turns us all into egomaniacs!

Beautiful image!

kenza said...

Bonjour! ça va sous la neige?
Félicitations pour la belle Alice!
Hum... sharing too much. At times. I often find myself babbling away then erasing everything and leaving a one liner...
Elle est belle ta photo!
Bacio grande...

maja said...

i think about that as well. i almost never feel that pictures show too much (i do not photograph people that often) but the text often makes me uncertain. usually it helps to read others blogs, then i sort of find out how much i want to know about other people...

andrea said...

I do. It's hard to find balance between sharing a bit and sharing too much. One of the things I do is posting about stuff after it's happened. Like, I might post my summer photos next week. That way it feels less of a "today I did this and that" kind of thing.

Leslie said...

yes, it is a fine balance, isn't it? i love this glimpse out your window : )

and thank you for your kind and encouraging comments about my daughter... i am very proud of her.

kristina - no penny for them said...

yes, it's such a fine line. i think it really is what you feel comfortable with at any given time. - if you ask me, i love the way your blog is so honest and personal.

Mamsan said...

Yes, sometimes... I like the view from your window, when I look out from my is all white... :-) M

Elisabeth said...

Looking out from inside rather than the other way around reveals less, Elisabelle. To me blogging is the other way around - from the outside in - but however revelatory, the view is always limited.

Marinka said...

J'y pense souvent mais je me dis tout dépend de la manière dont on montre ce que l'on fait..Moi je ne met pas des informations qui pourrait permettre à quelqu'un de découvrir ou je vis et ce que je fais tout en restant fidèle à qui je suis..Parce que l'on ne sait jamais,il y a des fous partout ^^

kitchu said...

i have another site that is more of a family blog. it was morphed from my first blog where i used our actual names. now, i use a childhood nickname for my own (that my family still calls me today), and first initials for my fiance and daughter. i do worry about how much i share. and yet, i've made some amazing connections as well because of the writing.

(this photo is beautiful. i want to be in front of this window).

Cabrizette said...

Généreuse... et sensible !!
J'aime venir te rendre visite, simplement. Bise

Mayet said...

I have that feeling, but I try not to divulge everything about my day to day life.:)

that shot is beautiful.

between 7 and 9 said...

I'm still thinking about this one.....but I never do think this of someone else's blog though. I am often humbled by their stories and think they're probably more secure about their insecurities than I am :)

marie said...

Question très intéressante... et difficile.

Line Houde said...

un classique cette photo est magique!!

Line Houde said...

la réponse à la question est oui!!

Ulrika said...

I love this photo! :)