Just what it says, basically – post pictures with four or more strong colors…
Docking in Bar Harbor, Maine – July 2008
Cookbooks in my dining room – ten minutes ago
Flowers in Williamsburg, Virginia – May 2007
Bar Harbor looks just like Duck Key in Florida. Great pics.
I’m not sure whether I’m surprised that Bar Harbor and Duck Key look alike – considering how far apart they are – or not surprised at all, on the theory that a dock is a dock is a dock. Anyway, it’s interesting to know.
I just did a search on yahoo pics and it’s mostly the vacation townhomes that gave me the idea. They are gray with a white trim. Combined with a dock…Voila!
Fabulous, but I thought you got rid of lots of cook books? 🙂
I did, I did! These are some of the ones I have left – some of them I haven’t tested yet, but most of them are worth keeping.
nice photos and you have a dining room? I am jealous. As for all those cook books i think it is time to clear those shelves.
Glad you like the photos…sorry you don’t have a dining room. I guess I just assumed you did. As for the cookbooks, some of them may go away but I use a lot of them.
no i have a very tiny house width way but very tall, 4 floors, was useful when the children were at home but now stairs are my enemy not so much.
Four floors…*** wow ***…when I was young I would have loved that kind of house – I still think they look good, but it’s starting to sink in that the stairs would be a problem sooner or later.
Actually, come to think of it, when we bought the house the living room and dining room were all one piece – we added a wall to separate them. We’ve been here a long time, and I had forgotten about that.
look at all those books…my idea of heaven
That’s what makes it so hard to weed them out!!
Books what a cool idea for a photo. I’ve got to remember that one!!! Thanks for participating!
You can count on books for colorful covers!
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