Just a gallimaufry of photos ...
After the rain
Mother's Day Korean dinner
Fun FactAccording to Feng Shui, an elephant figurine with its trunk up symbolizes fortune and success, whereas a downward facing trunk is compared with a vacuum cleaner that sucks in negative chi!
FROM THE TRAVEL ARCHIVES
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Interesting about the elephantReplyDelete
The food looks so yummy. I didn't know that about the elephant statues. That parrot is so pretty.ReplyDelete
After the Rain photos, loved... Thanks for your sharing:)ReplyDelete
That Korean feast for Mother's Day looks about as good as it gets. Make me wish I was a mother!ReplyDelete
All your food always looks so delicious! I must have known that elephant fact as I have a few elephant sculptures that have their trunks raised in the air! :) Your Eiffel Tower photos are wonderful--I hope to see it in person one day!ReplyDelete
I will check spam, for sure. Some of my comments on other blogs have met the same fate.ReplyDelete
Those flowers with the water droplets on them are exquisite! And I have never heard of steamed eggs, but they look delicious! I have noticed comments going into spam. I'm glad that I get the email notices of comments so that when I go and look for them on my blog to respond to and they are not posted, I know they are stuck in spam. Not happy with Blogger doing that! I hope you had a great Mother's Day Veronica!ReplyDelete
I knew that elephants were supposed to have their trunks up. I thought elephants with trunks down were bad luck. Thank you for correcting my misinformation.ReplyDelete
When you comment, make sure to switch the anonymous to name/url. The other thing you can do is switch your comments to where you get that popup box. People can't reply to individual comments, but that commenting system is still on the old system, so it works as before.
Bellas flores me dio ganas del menú del día de la madre. Me gustaron las fotos de torre Eifeel. Te mando un beso.ReplyDelete
very beautiful photos veronica...i like the flower after the rain....the color makes everything look colorful...and about korean dish...i think kimchi has a unique taste...because i like spicy food...ReplyDelete
have a nice day ^^
What a feast for the eye; photos that are poetry!
Yes, I also noticed comments in my spam, without me sending them there...
It is a constant struggle that Blogger thing.
The flowers after the rain looks very pretty! Here we have the worst drought for a hundred years or so, so I wish I got some rain here.ReplyDelete
Happy Monday, Veronica!
The Mother's Day feast looked really mouthwatering. Love the wind spinners!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Macaw, well photographed, and the Eiffel Tower, great pictures.ReplyDelete
Wonderful series of beautiful photos. My favorite is the Macaw, it's so colourful.ReplyDelete
That's the first time I've seen the Eiffel Tower up close, what an amazing structure! Beautiful flowers, bird and food. I've had the Kimchi soup before and it's wonderful! Thanks for another trip around the world from my chair :)ReplyDelete
What a fun collection, as always! Loved the travel, the food, the bird life, all of it. Very curious about the technique for steamed eggs, and am going to look that up (they look like perfectly made delicious scrambled ones). I am certainly going to make sure any elephant statues I ever get have trunks up!!!ReplyDelete
These colors just started my morning off so happily! And anytime I see the Eiffel Tower, I know a good day is in store. Thanks for wonderful pix. And yes, I now check my comment spam every day -- and almost always find the comments of good blog friends there!ReplyDelete
Gostei de tudo o que vi.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Your pictures of the wind spinners reminds me I need to buy a new one for our backyard. It always brings a smile to our faces seeing them turning in the wind.ReplyDelete
a great collection of images - love the close-ups of Eiffel Tower, food, and flowersReplyDelete
Travelling from one Post to the next ... it's each week interesting. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
The good looks delicious.
The food all looks delicious and I really like those colorful spinners too. I'd love to see the Eiffel Tower some day.ReplyDelete
I find some of my comments in spam every day too. Weird! Love your photos of places I've never been. And the food looks amazing...especially those eggs!ReplyDelete
I absolutely love your photos and your eye for photography. Your pictures of the Eiffel Tower are incredible - I definitely want to visit Paris one day! :)ReplyDelete
What another set of lovely colourful photos oh my that food looks so delicious please save me some heheh!ReplyDelete
Have a gallimaufrytastic week 👍
Love the colorful windspinners ... and the Korean Supper has my mouth watering!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing - have a funstastic week ahead :-)
Another delightful post, thank you so much! Great sights and the most delicious looking food!ReplyDelete
Love the flowers after the rain. Interesting fact about elephant trunks! And fabulous shots of the Eiffel Tower! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!ReplyDelete
The Kimchi soup looks so good and delicious. I've never eaten a soup like this before,ReplyDelete
Those after the rain shots are beautiful! I also love all your Eiffel Tower photos but I've always been obsessed with the Eiffel Tower.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, I like the whole story very much. Interesting. A lot of information. Pictures of world food, until I got hungry :)
Greetings from Poland!
Great memories ;) Ouu i would like to visit Paris!ReplyDelete
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Lovely colourful photos.I am getting the same problems with comments going into spam. I get the notifications but they don't appear on my blog. They weren't waiting to be moderated either so I went hunting for them and found about 15 stuck in spam. I have found in quite a few blogs I comment on that the comment disappears instead of publishing. Very annoying!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for showing me such a wonderful placeReplyDelete
The hibiscus is so pretty after the rain. Love the wind spinners, too. They would add a lot of life to a garden and the little ones would enjoy them, too. Delicious looking food! Have a good week, Veronica.ReplyDelete
Your photos are gorgeous today! Especially the Eifel Tower ones! I love the wind spinners and the meaning of the elephant with the upturned trunk.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Love all the bright colored, pretty flowers!ReplyDelete
Lovely! You are very talented in showing these beauties!ReplyDelete
Difficult to say what I like more. The macaw, the flowers after the rain, the Eiffel Tower and.... much more!
Thank you, Veronica!
Happy WW and a fine week!
Beautiful flowers, beautiful Paris, beautiful bird, but the food. Oh the food.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
From your travel archive I like both the Eiffel tour by night and the parrot :-)ReplyDelete
Kimchi Soup and steamed eggs look delicious! Enjoy the rest of this week!
...colorful and yummy food!ReplyDelete
love all the great pics. now i am off to get a snack. lolReplyDelete
sherry @ fundinmental
Never had steamed eggs before.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flower and yummy food :-)ReplyDelete
Beauty and Fashion/Rampdiary/Glamansion
I think the comment function is currently "work in progress", so there are a few stupid things happening. One of my long-time blog friends also ended up in the spam folder, while real spam was not recognized ;-) I hope they can fix this soon. Very nice your photos again - I love flowers after the rain and parrots and hope to visit the Eiffel Tower one day, too. Your food photos are another attack on my resilience ;-DD
Hugs from Austria,
That Khimchi soup looks inviting.ReplyDelete
Those steamed eggs and bbq looked really good, Veronica Lee, as does all the food you show in these posts. I know not to look before having eaten!ReplyDelete
As for blogger comments, I have read that many people are having issues in not being able to post comments. I have not noticed any problems in either doing so or receiving comments on my posts.
Hello Veronica, What a lovely mosaic and beautiful images. I love the cute parrot. Love the view of the Eiffel Tower. The food all looks delicious. Take care, have a great day and a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
I am not sure what is happening with the comments, some times I try to comment and they disappear? This is my second try. I enjoyed your mosaic and wonderful photos. The Parrot is beautiful and I love the view of the Eiffel Tower. Beautiful flowers! The Mother's Day feast looks delicious. Take care, have a great day and a happy weekend!
Muy bonito todo ❤ReplyDelete
Oh I do love that parrot guy! Too fun!ReplyDelete
I love your posts with the variety of images. I'm working on a very difficult (to me) jigsaw puzzle on my ipad that features the Eiffel tower. I've been working two weeks on it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photos!! Delicious food, coulourful spinners and amazing close up of the Tower.ReplyDelete
macaw looks very beautiful ....ReplyDelete
Happy mother day
Love the Eiffel tower pics! We didn't get a chance to spend time sightseeing when we were in Paris in 2019, we really went just to go to Disney for the kids, haha! I'd love to go back one day though!ReplyDelete
Hope you are having a good weekend. It's another rainy day here!
Away From The Blue
I love how flowers look after the rain! They're quite so lovely.ReplyDelete
And once again, the food made me crave.. I love the Kimchi soup, it is something I miss!
Oh my gosh, I think I'm going to have to come back another time to look more carefully. I am trying to catch up a bit before I make some dinner and your scrumptious food is making me so hungry I believe I will have to go and start cooking (and tasting as I go)!! Thanks for the lovely pics.ReplyDelete
Your work here on this blog has been top notch from day 1. You've been continously providing amazing articles for us all to read and I just hope that you keep it going on in the future as well. Cheers! types of aquatic plantsReplyDelete