I haven’t a fine palate. I barely can distinguish between the different dishes that I’m given to extinguish. I do not know a dumpling from a fancy knish. I do not have an inkling of the different sorts of fish. So if you’re short of delicacies and you have to skimp, just dole me out some hot dogs and save your fancy shrimp for someone who appreciates the difference between them, for I am just a landlocked girl who’s never even seen them!
You can have an unlimited supply of one thing for the rest of your life, what is it? Sushi? Scotch Tape? Good Health
Teleportation or flying? Teleportation! Flying is no fun anymore.
Would you rather live where it only snows or the temperature never falls below 100 degrees? I could live in either one and just teleport myself to reasonable climes whenever I wished!
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? I’ve been wanting to share these photos of the koi ponds at the Chapala Society. You can see them better by clicking on any photo to enlarge them all. There are a lot of photos, so give them 30 seconds to focus before you begin the slideshow after clicking to enlarge. You only have to do this once, not for each photo.
I received the below new lunch menu from a local restaurant via email immediately before reading the daily prompt, which was “Flourish.” It was inevitable that the two would merge.
A NEW LUNCH MENU is being offered from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Fish & Chips with Coleslaw
Burritos ( Shrimp or Fish)
Chimichangas (Shrimp or Fish)
Tacos Shrimp or Fish
Large Salad with Shrimp
Never have I had a wish
for any kind of seafood dish––
fillet of flounder or tuna knish.
The only menu I find delish
is piscine-free, served with a flourish.
So if this bod you wish to nourish,
just french fry spuds and skip the fish!
I love the different levels of reality this photo seems to reveal. The clarity and brilliant colors of the fish nearer the surface are echoed by the dream fish farther below. Then that ultimate reality––the clouded sky––reflected in the water, as well as the trees. Even the shadow in the water of the gargoyle of a nearby building as well as this picture itself reflect man’s desire to become godlike by creating beauty in imitation of nature. We are all part of one big circle and for me this photo reveals that truth.
I’m honored to have been invited by master photographer Cee fromceenphotography.comto participate in a challenge called Seven Day Nature Photo Challenge. (Check out Cee’s nature photos as well as her thousands of other wonderful photographs by clicking on the ceenphotography link above.
As part of this challenge, I am to post one nature photograph a day for one week and to ask one other person to join the challenge each day. Today I ask you to check out the excellent and varied photography of S.M Kelly , whom I have asked to play along. Go here to do so: http://smkelly8.com/
This fish and the other objects in the first picture were found in exactly this position on the beach. I was fascinated by the beauty of the arrangement and the details of the fish that was not a fisherman’s catch but had obviously died either before or after it washed ashore.
(Click on first picture and then on arrows to enlarge photos and view gallery.)