Well, I have had no Internet or computer and have been busy transitioning out of Venezuela. Now with only an iPhone and Instagram I present to you Christmas in Spokane.
All my life’s a circle;
But I can’t tell you why;
Season’s spinning round again;
The years keep rollin’ by. * Harry Chapin in “Circle”
A circle is a round straight line with a hole in the middle. **
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“Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence.
Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance.
Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence.
Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.”
― Yoko Ono
This week’s photo challenge is “Changing Seasons”. I hope you enjoy my take on it.
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As some already know, I am a huge fan of cooking and particularly love asian cuisine. I’ve taken cooking classes in Thailand as well as in Cambodia. I thought that Jakesprinters theme of concept this week was great because it has allowed me to re-live the tastes, smells and food that I had the extreme pleasure of eating and cooking myself while in Cambodia.
Before I took these classes I knew that product / food/ season choice was important but had no idea how important the way you cut or mash something was. Sometimes even more important than product choice. It was awesome having a guide take us through an open market, pick out the food and then specifically show us how to cut, heat, broil, mash the food was. I hope you enjoy the photos.
Posts I like:
- Sunday Post: The Concept of Santa | Angelinem’s Blog
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- Sunday Post : Concept | Abusymom’s Blog
- SUNDAY POST : Concept « The Eclectic Eccentric Shopaholic
- Jake’s Sunday Post: Concept | Anotherdayinparadise2’s Blog
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My first thought upon seeing this Peaceful theme reminded of my 6 week trip through Cambodia. This was my first ever solo journey through a country with no friends, no family and no other motive but to experience a country all by my lonesome. It was an amazing trip full of amazing images and people. I hope you enjoy some of my peaceful images from this trip that brought back some very peaceful memories.
- Sunday Post: Peaceful (scsurfbutler.com)
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- Peace in the Himalayas | Thirdeyemom
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- Peaceful in my back yard for Jake. | Anotherdayinparadise2’s Blog