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Photo Friday: Curvature

Heh, I almost forgot I had a blog 😉 I take a lot of pictures, of food and other stuff, and then I don’t get around to posting them here. Going to try to change that.

So here’s my contribution to the Photo Friday photo challenge for this week – Curvature. I took this photo in Pisa, Italy, during our 25th-anniversary trip there in 2009. This is the arch over the main entry door to the Pisa Baptistery, with a statue of the Madonna and child.

Photo Friday: Curvature

Photo Friday: Ethereal

We have some fennel plants in the herb garden. A couple summers ago, I was weeding the garden and noticed that there were dozens of ladybugs in the fennel fronds.

Photo Friday: Ethereal

Photo Friday: Breathtaking

When we were in Florence, Italy, in September 2009, we went to the Mercado Centrale, or Central Market. I’ve never seen anything like it – all kinds of fresh and preserved foods, wines, vinegars, oils – it went on and on and on. Took my breath away to think about being able to shop in a place like that every day.

Mercado Centrale (Central Market) in Florence, Italy

This is my entry in the weekly photo challenge at Photo Friday. Last week’s topic was Breathtaking (yeah, I’m late posting again).

Photo Friday: Dark

Several years ago, Dan and I visited Barbados over Christmas. During the trip, we took the 80-mile tour around the perimeter of the island; one stop was Animal Flower Cave, named for the sea anemones that grow in the water there. It was pretty dark inside the cave, but several openings offered interesting views of the outside.

Animal Flower Cave, Barbados

This is my contribution to Photo Friday, a weekly photography challenge.

Photo Friday: Macro

When garlic starts sprouting in the kitchen, I separate the cloves and plant them in the garden. About a year later, I have a new head of garlic where once I had a clove that was past its prime.

Garlic cloves ready for planting

This is my contribution to the weekly photo challenge at

Photo Friday: Bloom

We have three hydrangea shrubs around our house, and all three have huge, gorgeous blooms and are all different colors. I know that the acidity of the soil determines what color they will be; the interesting thing is that we don’t do anything to the soil to affect the color. One is blue, one is purple, and one is pink. I love the huge flower heads they get.

Photo Friday: Hydrangeas in Bloom

I’m late again for the the Photo Friday weekly challenge, but I’m posting anyway 😉 Last week’s theme was Bloom.

Pink Hydrangea

Purple Hydrangea

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