Sunday, April 20, 2008

Four of my Favourite Things... on a Sunday Afternoon


8 comments:

glamah16 said...

I hear (see)You!Nothing like these things.

david mcmahon said...

Nice camera work, to get all four in one frame.

As someone who went to school in Darjeeling, I especially approve of the cup of tea!

willow said...

Me too...ahhh! Cozy pic!

Mary said...

How thrilling to have a royal visit from a true 'blog princess', thanks for stopping by to say hello - I feel honored to have a fellow ex-countrywoman join me from across the pond.
Seriously, I'm enjoying looking though your recent posts - great things to read. Today the lovely Sunday pic made me feel almost homesick - do you still have days like that? How long have you been in Canada - where was home in the UK?

Keep in touch, and have a great week.
Mary in North Carolina - but always homesick for Devon!

Betsy said...

Awww...I love that! Beautiful cup of tea...."living the beautiful life", aren't you! Sweet Tibby, too!

Bill Stankus said...

Your photos aren't typical w/ your visual use of subject placement, wide angle, depth of field, etc. You've mentioned photography in previous blogs - are you a professional photographer?

Rebecca said...

Lovely shot of the tea cup with lemon slice. I can truly appreciate this!

Blog Princess G said...

Thank you all for visiting. Wish I'd had cups of tea ready for you. :)

DM: there is nothing like a cup of tea, it warms you when you are cold, it cools you when you are warm. I just love it.

Mary: I do indeed have days like that. Sometimes I wonder if I miss England for what it was, for what I remember it being, or for something it never was to begin with. I think it's a bit of all three together, if that makes any sense. It is the sadness of the immigrant - so happy to be in our adopted land, but there are always hankerings for home. I've been here since I was 10 but still maintain a thorough (and dated apparently) English accent. I was born in Harrow, lived in Cornwall, now live in Toronto, with many other places in between.

Bill: thank you for that theory, but I am a happy amateur, but I work with photographers from time to time, being in arts marketing.