Monday, February 1, 2016

My cup of tea...

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When we went to London this past summer, I absolutely fell in love with it.
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It really was my cup of tea,
and I hope to go back again!
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still following,



28 comments:

  1. great still lifes Elizabeth.

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  2. I hope to get back too! Gorgeous still lives.

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    1. It's an amazing place with so much to see and do!

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  3. Nice photos - very pleasing to the eye.
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/02/abstractions.html

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  4. Beautiful combination of red and blue...lovely shots

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  5. Lovely stills, Elizabeth! You have such a talent for them!

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  6. Love your cup and the tea tin - such sweet memories of your time in London.
    ~Adrienne~

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  7. Great pictures!!! Love Cath Kidston....would love to visit her store. Did you get a signature wallet or purse from there? They last forever!!!
    God Bless!!
    Addie

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    1. I got three cups, some tea, a tote bag and a wallet! I love Cath Kidston!

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  8. We visited London in November and we had a blast. I'd love to visit again too.

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    1. Kayni, I was surprised how easy it was to get around using public transportation, and how safe I felt there. (Actually safer than many US cities)

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  9. you KNOW my motto :::
    **life is too short to drink from an ugly cup**
    and you, my dear elizabeth, are drinking from
    a wonderfully pretty cup! i love that.

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  10. What an awesome mug, double decker bus and all! I hope you can get back to London someday!

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  11. Love that vintage inspired tea tin! So pretty! I am just STARTING to acquire a taste for tea, I've always been a coffee girl. But, my horizons are expanding. Thanks for sharing at Song-ography.

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    1. I'm a coffee girl in the morning and a tea girl later in the day.

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  12. How pretty! I'd love to sit down and have a *cuppa* with you!

    GOD BLESS!

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  13. England is my favorite. If I could live there again I would in a moment.

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  14. You can't beat a good cup of tea. Love your red bus mug :) #LTTL

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