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Delicious brain freeze (Mango Daiquiri)
can i have one to go? it looks delish. it also makes me think of chick lit book covers with fancy drinks. hey that's just me ... a former chocolate martini chick... beautiful photos. the mirror one was totally hip. how did you do that. the bright colors in the mango one make it look like a photo from bon appetit or food and wine. thanks for sharing your photo journey. paz, ananda
ananda-Thanks! I did the mirror thing while helping my sister move last weekend. she had some wall mirrors wrapped up and this one was broken. I simply placed them on the ground and snapped. :)I'm glad that you like them. Oh yeah, that's one mango to go.
That mirror pic is SO cool! You are a true artist at heart, if I saw a broken mirror, I would just think someone is gonna have 5 yrs bad luck, and threw it away. You see art in it... That is SO AWESOME! And the Mango pic, I agree, again, with Ananda, and it looks like it should be in a magazine or something, beautiful colors and makes me want one! I will take mine for here please!
Good afternoon, Faith! I'm glad that you like it. My luck is on the up and up. :)The Mango drink was so delicious. I was waiting for Mrs. Bess to pick me up when I got this. It was a huge daiquiri so I had to put the rest in a plastic cup to go. I hope that you are having a wonderful day. Peace~
Stephen you are a natural!! I can't wait to see you showcase your Portfolio on TV :) Don't forget us the little people in the community centres and libraries!!!!
The photos are vibrant and beautiful.
tryphina-There's nothing little about you. You're broader than Broadway. :)ruben-Thanks! That reminds me. I need to come and see what you're talking about today.
I agree with Ruben. You're a great photographer!
As a photographer, this photo is the first in a very long time to evoke a wee bit of envy in me. I love shots that look like there’s a trick, but the only trick is to look at the world from a different angle. Very original and truly outstanding!!!
Not sure why, but Blogger messed up my link. In any case, I look forward to seeing more of your camera work.
Gorgeous! You're going to have to do a show, start selling prints!
nml-thank you! I'm learning as I go along. I'm hoping to get better at taking pictures.xavier-Thank you for that compliment. I had know idea what that photograph would look like when I snapped. I'm pleased with the results though.profzero-I guess that there is nothing to it, but to do it. :)Thanks and hello.
That Mango Daiquiri looks devine. Hope you are keeping well and thanks for checking in on me. Yup had to take a break and am back.Have a good weekend. Watch the world cup final if you can. When the ball gets into the net, that's a goal.hahahaa, gottcha
brojero-lol! That's messed up man. I have enough Africans living and visiting my home to know it well now. :)Have a great weekend!
i love your links and the new sections. how did you do that? paz, ananda
When I see pictures likes these, I want to buy a camera.
game-That's how I felt earlier this year. Thanks! :)
Re teng monna. Wow, that "seipone" snap is fantastic! It looks like something I'd call The Way In, or something.
Tag! You're it:-Post six weird facts/habits about yourself. These cannot be used against you later on.-At the bottom name the six people you will tag next.-Leave them a comment to let them know they've been tagged and to read your blog.
rethabile-Thanks for the compliment and lesson. :)stunuh-I never got caught at the game of tag. My name is Stephen Bess don't mean brag. :)
Nah-ah! But you get points for trying to weedle you're way out of it :PDo Dish!!!!
stunuh-This is a tuff one because I don't think that any of my habits or facts are weird. It would take someone that knows me well to tell me this??? :)
OOH! COOL, Mrs. Bess to the rescue :D
That daiquiri looks absolutely delicious.
Nice pics, I am feeling your blog!
great pictures...cool blog!
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