I took the first photograph below yesterday afternoon (Saturday). I love clouds against a blue sky. Especially clouds that look like lamb's wool. I'd like to jump onto that sky and live to talk about it but I know about gravity so I won't try it.
The photograph below is of one of my favorite treats, honeybells. For those of you who have never heard of honeybells, they are a hybrid between an orange and a grapefruit and are only available for a couple of weeks each year. They are delicious. I get a box of them in late January, or early February, depending on when they are available. One of my sisters gives them to me as a gift each year. I enjoy them as part of my weekend brunch, as well as every other day until I eat them all. The honeybell slices were only a portion of my brunch last weekend, but I took a photograph before I added the rest of the food onto the center of the plate. I think they look pretty on my mother's wedding china.I love bridges of all different sizes and type. There are a number of different bridges on the paths I walk on near my house. I took the shot above, a week ago Friday.
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I love the photos, Carver! Especially the last one :)
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Lovely images - the honeybell segments look very pretty on that plate. I've never heard of a honeybell before, but they sound, and look, delicious. Have a peaceful Sunday.
Spectacular. What a great blue behind those clouds. These are wonderful. Thanks.
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wow..i like the sky photo u have. Nice :D thanks for visiting my WS.
I have never heard of Honeybells. I will have to try them.
I love your photos...and those honeybells...sounds like something I would like, reminds me a bit of a pomello but on a smaller scale...your bridge photos is brilliant....
Beautiful photos! I have posted a sky too... LOL
Honeybell looks delicious! I love citrus, but I don't think I have ever had Honeybell. I'll look around and see if I can find some.
Happy week ahead! :-)
Me, too... this is the first time I've heard of honeybell, and I am so interested. Wish I can taste one, too! =)
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i love the bridge...looks like when u walk there, ur like a princess!
mine is up too! see yah there!
i love your shots, especially the bridge. have a great week.
Lamb's wool, how nice. When I was a child I enjoyed imagining being up on the clouds and lying down on them.
Those honeybells remind me of a fruit we call dalandan. It has green peeling.
That's a lovely bridge.
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Hahhaaa... if wasn't for gravity, I too will love to jump around the clouds :P
Those honeybell looks like 'mandarin oranges' normally also available in late Jan early Feb during the Chinese New Year period. We normally exchange them in pairs while visiting friends and relatives. They symbolise luck :)
gorgeous bridge photo! Never heard of those HOney bells! I need to see if I can find them here!
i love sky and bridges too. these image are so peaceful
I love honeybells! We used to get them every January when we were living in Florida. :)
great photos! happy monday!
Those are some great photos! That fruit intrigues me, I want one!
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Honeybell. What a sweet name for a citrus fruit.
We have a tiny citrus which is a mixed breed of the Mandarin orange and lime. I don't know how it tastes because it is a new fruit.
what wonderful images! first time i've heard of honeybells .. i'm positive i'd love them, too! :)
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I love clouds against a blue sky and bridges too! I'd never heard of honeybells but I love grapefruit and oranges so I'm sure I'd like them too. :)
Have a great week!
The honeybells look good. Love all the photos!
beautiful shots! i love looking at the clouds, too... :)
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Wow its a pretty shots. Like the bridge and the sky....
i especially love the bridge photo. tfs! ;)
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I love the first image, with cotton clouds (^0^)..while the last one was a beautiful bridge!
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i love the photos especially the bridge. Happy WS and thanks to dropping by
love the photos, especially the bridge! cool shots!
hello Carver..sorry so late in coming over..i have been playing host to overseas frens. i have never heard of honey bells but they look delicious..the clouds too..i would love to have a shot like that too. my shots are more like my longhouse post...abt ppl and their lives
that is a pretty shot of the clouds, remember taking photos like those in the airplane. i wonder how the honeybells taste like, is it sweet? i don't like grapefruit =(
love the bridge too, beautiful shot!
It's like this is the bridge on my mind when I read Bridges of Madison County years ago. Great, great picture, Carver!
Thanks to everyone for visiting. Some of you asked what honeybells taste like. They are like an extra sweet orange but have their own flavor. Hard to describe but I'd rather eat a honebell than dark chocolate and I love dark chocolate.
wow@ i love clouds photos.. i have 2 right now when I was flying to Japan. and it was some great shots, the clouds are below you. =)
This is a really good one...
-the clouds do look very like lamb's wool- let's jump together and defy gravity!
-the honeybells look delish. I bet dark chocolate would go well with them for an extra yummy treat.
(We had dinner at my auntie's house Saturday night and she used Grandmama's wedding china. Sigh.)
-And I love bridges too, for lots of reasons.
B. thinks you should add some of your images to Google Earth. There's another project/diversion!
Glad you had a good weekend...
When one burns one's bridges, what a very nice fire it makes.
oh those do look yummy. i also got a chuckle out of the snow bib on the cherub below though I am sure he did not. and the bird photos; very nice. I have missed a lot; hoping to be back around more often
I've never heard of honeybells, but they look delicious! Great shots this week!
I never heard of honeybells. Now I am curious. Wonder if I can find them around here.
I like the picture of the bridge.
i was just thinking upon reading yr stuff how we all live on the same earth n yet everywhere there is life n in everything there r similarities and differences :)
Thanks again to everyone for visiting. I hope you are all having a good week.
Your photos make me want to go somewher and shoot some cool shots.
I was looking at my photos today to post one with my blog, and realized I need to take more pictures- then I come to visit you and you inspired me more!
i love those mountain paths! beautiful road...i'll pray no snake surprises in the woods! :)
happy weekend! :)
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