A Liebster award!

I got a nice surprise back in January. Lynette from SoulSong Art kindly gave me a Liebster award. (“Liebster” seems to mean “beloved” in German. In English I guess it would mean “favourite” in this circumstance.) I’ve put off accepting it until now, as it involves certain obligations: I had to decide on five blogs, each with fewer than 220 followers [update: a little research shows this can vary a bit – some sites say under 200, some under 300], to pass it on to. The idea is to bring attention to these small blogs who deserve more attention.

Rules for giving the award

  1. Thank the giver and link back to the blogger who gave it to you (thank you, SoulSong Art!).
  2. Reveal the five blogs you have chosen and let them know by leaving a comment on their blog.
  3. Copy and paste the award onto your blog (see above).
  4. Request the people you have chosen to receive the award pass it on to their favourite bloggers.

And the winners are …

In no particular order …

1. The Nature of Robertson: about nature and other doings in Robertson, Southern Highlands, NSW

2. The House of Fran_mart: about nature in rural Australia

3. Coastal Georgia Birding: birding on Jeckyll Island, Georgia, USA

4. Brazen Artifice: about the next big thing, 3D printing

5. Anybody seen my focus?: an Aussie transplant to Georgia, USA, photographing nature

Blog on, folks!

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3 Responses to A Liebster award!

  1. I an so honored to be counted in this award. Thanks Joy for including!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Lydia

    • Joy Window says:

      You’re very welcome, Lydia. I visited Cumberland Island (just south of Jeckyll where you are) a couple of years ago and I like to keep in touch with what’s happening in that environment. The US east coast barrier islands have lots of fascinating animals (armadillos! horseshoe crabs!) and birds, some of which we have – I’m thinking of the migratory waders.

  2. A wonderful idea Joy. Many thanks!

    Now to sort out my consequential duties!

    Martin

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