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I am still learning what my new Sony mirrorless camera can do (haven’t found the silent shutter button yet) and sometimes I score and sometimes I miss… but that happens now and again to all of us regardless of how … Continue reading
I’ve had a lot going on lately. Some of it has been stressful, some ongoing and painful and some was so what I needed. I won’t bore you with the first two categories; they have and will continue (hopefully not … Continue reading
Whole fried snapper at a Peruvian place in Miami Beach. The Peruvian seafood fried rice I had is something I would order again in a heartbeat! Soooooooooo good both dishes! May your weekend be a tasty one 🙂
Not only did the decor at the Hosteria Romana restaurant make me stop and take photos but the delicious fragrances wafting out…they were so good! I wish we had come back to eat lunch or dinner. Next time for sure…
One day we actually set our alarm to wake up in time for sunrise on the beach. We had to walk past the hotel pool in order to get to the path to the beach when I saw this and … Continue reading
No, not the game but daisies and dahlia’s 🙂 Have a great weekend everyone.
Anyone know what kind these are? The Town Square had an area that was filled with these beautiful flowers.