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November 16, 2011


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ciao simona che bella foto! penso anch'io invierò un mio scatto prima o poi a susan! ciao a presto


Bellissima fotografia Simo, baciussssssssss


e se ti dicessi che sulla finestra ho proprio quella zucca lì nell'angolo a sinistra.....anzi non proprio quella lì, ma sua sorella di sicuro, Brii ne è testimone ^ ____ ^ ancora non mi decido a tagliarla....quasi mi dispiace, ciauzzzzzzzzz

Simona Carini

Ciao Francesca e grazie. Spero che lo farai. Per me BWW e' ormai diventato un appuntamento imperdibile.

Ciao Ale e grazie.

Ciao Marta. Anche io sono terribile quando si tratta di tagliare le zucche, nel senso che da una parte voglio assaggiarle e dall'altra mi dispiace tagliarle. Per fortuna si mantengono per un po', ma certo non per sempre. Fammi sapere quando trovi il coraggio ;)


I love how the squashes look in sepia! In color, they are beautiful, too, but one gets lost in the oranges and yellows. In sepia, each has its own hue, plus the lumps, bumps and imperfections add texture to the image. Regarding Poldark and Cornwall, it's been ages since I've seen the program-will have to watch it again. Everyone tells me Doc Martin is very good. It was filmed in Port Issac, not far from Padstow. We visited there one day, but the crowds were too much for us.

Simona Carini

Hi Lynne. I am fascinated by the different surface texture. I'll check Doc Martin: thanks!

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