Serendipity, echinacea & Mexican gourmet

Once again I’m overwhelmed by the connections made through the Internet. Yesterday, I clicked on a link in someone else’s blog and it took me to the nicest place. A photography blog with simply amazing photos and the gentlest spirit at the helm. She also happens to be on Flickr, so I left a comment on one of her photos and she commented back with the kindest words. And it was one of the pics I was feeling kind of “blah” about. There’s just nothing like a word from someone you admire. You know it’s not because they’re related to you or because they already love you.

OK, if you can stand it, here’s one more photo of pink flowers. I’m actually getting tired of flower photos, so you must be too. I’m going to get out and take pictures of other things this weekend.

Textures courtesy of Florabella.

These are coneflowers, or Echinacea purpurea. They’re called purple, but they look pink to me. Yes, this is the same echinacea that’s supposed to make symptoms of the common cold less severe. Not sure if it works. Personally, I swear by garlic. It’ll kill anything!

I just remembered a couple of photos I took the other weekend. They are of a gourmet Mexican restaurant in the D.C. area. Haven’t tried it yet, but love the exterior colors….

Here’s a closeup of the cool sign:

Ya gotta love the Margarita St. sign.

OK, my little dog is waiting patiently at my feet for his walk, so I’ll sign off for now.  Have a great weekend!

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2 Responses to Serendipity, echinacea & Mexican gourmet

  1. Lovely Tia Queta photos. Great pictures all through your blog.

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