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Sunday, February 12, 2012

FAR FROM MONOTONOUS

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For Scenic Stunday
Thanks to all the hosts:)





Good Eats!
change is the spice of life








Good splash of color
for some of you  it wouldn't be Valentine without RED
it's a impossible for red to be monotonous:)










Good Reads
dream away to another world
refreshes my mind like a fountain








 Funky reflections and an indirect sky

change of view  is inspirational
keeps me from getting stale
being bored




Wishing you Lots of Variety this Week!


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44 comments:

beagleAnnie said...

Wow, great pictures of happy colors. I love them, especially the fountain one. Have a nice week, Jeanette.

Jim said...

I like that fountain.

Liz said...

Beautiful photos. Have a fabulous week.

Liz @ MLC

Sallie (FullTime-Life.com said...

I can't imagine you EVER being bored! Lovely pictures.

Adin B said...

Beautiful photos! :) I love those chairs on the first one. Visiting via MYM.

Adin B

Ralph said...

The table settings look so inviting, we feel happy to dine with such style! The rose is stunning in shape and the heart color ruby - it could not be a finer symbol of 14 Febtuary!

NixBlog said...

Lovely pictures. I especially like the first one of the tables and chairs.

Midwest to Midlands said...

I like the first picture and I too can't imagine you ever getting bored, you have too many hobbies for that.

Nora said...

Where was the photo of that fountain taken, Jeannette? Is it anywhere near South Coast Plaza?

anney said...

Nice photos! Love the funky reflections!
Happy RT2 and Happy Valentine's day to you!

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jeannette said...

BeagleAnnie,
Thank you! In the winter it seems like I crave more brighter colors:) Have a great week, Annie!

Jim,
Thank you, Jim! Wishing you the best this week!

Liz,
Thank you! I receive a fab week:)

Sallie,
Thanks! Except when I have to wait for my turn in a very long line, lol!

Adin,
Yes, those chairs caught my eyes too! thank you for visiting here!

Ralph,
Thank you you so much, and also for your visit here! Have a great week:)

Nixblog,
Thank you - their patio looked very attractive!

Jane,
In the beginning, it worried hubby, but he discovered I'm happy when I run a 100 miles per hour:)

Irene,
This is in San Diego, a few streets close to Seashore village, called "Little Italy." Artsy little restaurants, and a big art store there.

Anney,
Thank you, and also for visiting here! Wishing you a great Valentine's day!

Gattina said...

I love the first picture it's so full of athmosphere !

namaki said...

a lovely post with nice pictures ...

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Love the rich, soft and velvety texture of that rose!!

My link today is HEARTS & SHADOWS Do come by for a visit if you can find time. I'd love your company. Happy Valentine's Day!!

Maria @ LSS said...

Lovely pics!

jeannette said...
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Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful photos.

Regards and best wishes

wifetoalineman02 said...

beautiful and clear photos :-) love the red flower most :-) Visiting from MYM, hope that you can return the visit too.

http://www.adventurousjessy.com/2012/02/catching-up-some-tickets-inside-the-ticket-buster.html

Rebecca said...

Interesting fountain. Very unusual. I like it.

jeannette said...

Gattina,
It sure catches the mood of a small intimate dinner, doesn't it? It's in a neighborhood, called "Little Italy"

Namaiki,
Thank you Namaki!

Anni,
The darker the rose, the more beautiful! Thanks and have a happy Valentine!

Maria,
Thank you, Maria!

Tatjana,
Valentine's day is a big thing in the US...is it in your country?

WifetoLineman,
Thank you, I thought you might like that pic:)

Rebecca,
It's a more Italian/European style, because it's in "Little Italy."

wifetoalineman02 said...

beautiful pictures :-) Visiting this time from RT2, hope that you can return the visit too.

http://www.adventurousjessy.com/2012/02/red-hearts-jelly.html

Dianne said...

the table setting is lovely
the fountain is beautiful
and the reflections are amazing
wonderful series of shots

NitWit1 said...

Love the beautiful setting for eating. Food would taste good under those circumstances!

Jewaicious said...

Beautiful compositions and perspectives.

☆•.¸.Mildred.¸.•☆ said...

Very nice shots! The last one is fantastic!
Thanks for sharing;o)

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Hope you are having a fabulous week****

NitWit1 said...

Not sure my comment made it. I love the setting for a meal. Looks like anything in that setting would taste good. Love the rose too.

Carol said...

Great photos! Love the reflection shot...and the fountain, esp how you caught the water drops...

jeannette said...

Wifetolineman,
Thank you - see your reply above!

Dianne,
Thank you, dear friend! Your blog is humorous:)

Nitwit1, 2 times,
Yes as you see, your comment made it -I am just slow, because the middle of the week I have the most work:)

Mildred,
Thank you -from what I've seen from your blog, I thought you might like that one:) Have a great day!

Carol,
Thank you, and also for visiting here! The fountain is the one hubby captured (while I was looking in a store:) ) - I'll pass it on to him!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

That's a neat fountain, especially with the globe on top.

Betsy Grant said...

Happy belated Valentine's Day! I love the marble table & chairs.

EG Wow said...

Very, very nice the reflections in the windows!

anitamombanita said...

nothing monotonous about that!!

Theanne said...

great sky reflection in the building windows!

Sue said...

Your photos are beautiful.

=)

Annesphamily said...

Great photos!Always fun to stop by and visit all the AT crowd! Have a wonderful wekeend and thank you for sharing.

jeannette said...

Wayne,
It's different, at least for a fountain:)

Betsy,
Thanks so much! I like those too:)

EG Wow,
That coming from you, I take as a compliment - your pics are always perfect!

Anitamombanita,
Exactly! It would be hard to do a post about something boring:)

Theanne,
When I saw them I was blown awy -my pics don't do them justice.

Sue,
Thank you, Friend! Have a great rest of the week:)

Annesphamily,
They are bound to be interesting or funny:)

storybeader said...

great photos. I like your macro rose. The spot by the fountain looks soothing - is that reading on your lunch break? {:-Deb

Karen said...

Oh, great reflection. The sky is gorgeous!

James said...

Cool shots especially the bottom one. :)

Esther Joy said...

Sometimes I get so busy that I just feel I need a break - but if I had much of one, I would probably feel bored!

Deli said...

Ah, how seemingly synonymous red is with Valentines and so are roses :) Cool photos :)

jeannette said...

Storybeader,
I was taking pics on my lunch break:):) thanks for visiting here!

Karen,
Thanks so much! A sky in the city is a restful point of reference:)

James,
You being the reflection expert, I totally expected that!

Esther Joy,
I know what you mean...the trick is to cut out the irrelevant things, and keep the important ones in ours schedule:) Thanks for your visit!

Deli,
And so it is:) Thank you, and also for visiting here!

Jenny said...

These are Marvelous photos...

The Mirrored building, the Magnificent red rose, the Majestic fountain...

Definitely a not Monotonous post for the letter "M"!

Thanks for linking.

A+

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