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les jolies fesses de l’été….
When coming out to play the sun takes care to put on its hat but Mother Nature is less coy. The sensual fruits of summer are short lived so their pleasures should be wolfishly enjoyed before their bloom is replaced by putrefaction. Apricot is delicious … Continue reading
Posted in 2014, Apricot jam, apricots, Cooking, Digital photography, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, Fruit, Photography, photography course, Still life, summer, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged Apricot, apricot jam, Apricots, clear thinking, cooking, creme fraiche, delicious confection, digital photography, food, Food photographer, France, fruit, joiies fesses, Mother Nature, natural beauty, Photography, Photography course, Summer, writing 65 Comments
“The Spud” with Joan Collins..
Inside the bubble that is my today, all is peace and tranquility. Outside this bubble, even through the muffling effects of both choice and double glazing, farm machines are ceaselessly thrumming. Those outside of my bubble are marching to the … Continue reading
Posted in Bad Habits, Caviar, Cooking, Cream, creme fraiche, Digital photography, Excellence, Humour, lumpfish eggs, Photography, potato, Recipes, Uncategorized, Vegetables, Weather, Writing Tagged Baked potato, caviare, cream, creme fraiche, Henry David Thoreau, Joan Collins, Mother Nature, Prima Donna, The Stud, Walden 62 Comments
A tart reply….
I’ve been busy making enemies – I think – over dialects and languages spoken between very small groups of people. I love language in all its amazing forms, but I cannot, for the life of me, see the point in … Continue reading