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There’s no denying that Seattle know how to change seasons BEAUTIFULLY.
05 November 2012 in Colours, Photography, Seattleite | Permalink
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Wow, these are gorgeous! We have had a beautiful autumn, haven't we?
06 November 2012 at 03:07 AM
I've been extra housebound by a bad leg so I've been limited to only seeing what few leaves the gales of this year have allowed to remain for Autumn colour (finally updated my blog with some)- so seeing your photo's is a real treat, especially that top one, it's so rich, reminds me a little bit of last week when I was poaching pears with red wine, spices and vanilla seeds.
Having my first blog visit around the web in months so I'm just quickly looking at a couple of posts from each person and not really catching up properly, I hope all well with you and the family. xxx
06 November 2012 at 06:35 PM
I love you and your photos. xo. nm Currently in So Cal staring at a palm tree.
08 November 2012 at 04:31 PM
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Just happened upon your blog and am thoroughly enjoying it...something I don't normally do. Anyway, hope your sciatica is better. I went through the same thing and it lasted about six months. Went to chiropractor, didn't help; deep tissue massage was helpful; had a TENS treatment that worked for several hours; stopped all exercise, except walking; bought 'Lose the Back Pain' and was very faithful to the program's stretching regimen..all to no avail. Bought an inversion table, which I found to be very helpful by getting blood supply to that area. After lots of laying on the couch, eventually, without any doctor intervention, I finally came out of it. I also discovered yoga during this time. My lower back pain still persisted, but that was nothing compared to the pain in my glute. Now, four years later I'm starting to get that feeling again in my glute...not good. The good news, however, is recently my lower back pain has disappeared. I think I know why. Good luck to you, but I honestly think it's something you have to work through on your own and it will go away.
This all looks FANTASTIC, Miss Paola! Hopefully, we get the chance to check out all of these fab recommendations!
That's amazing. I don't think I could sleep in there, though. (Chicken.)
You are totally right. When did the Minx get so big? You've taken a beautiful picture of her.
What captivating photos Paola. I had never even heard of Gulf Shores before (inveterate West Coaster here) and now would love to see for myself. I am very much interested in how this workshop changed you and your work, so please consider further posts about your experience.