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Sunday, July 10, 2022

Gallimaufry#39

Just a gallimaufry of photos ...

Spotted this cute duo in the park

Dandelions
Chow time

Thieving monkey

Golden dewdrops


Japanese dinner treat for Son#1's birthday
Mango sushi
A unique twist to the traditional sushi.

Fun Fact
The most expensive sashimi ever sold cost $5,000 per pound!
Salmon sashimi

Sushi Zanmai chain owner Kiyoshi Kimura forked out $3.1 million for a 612-pound bluefin tuna (around $5,000 a pound) at a Tokyo fish auction. The fish was then divided into over 12,000 pieces and sold at his chain of restaurants.

My Corner of the World

69 comments:

  1. Hello dear!
    I have two cats, but neither of them wants to go for walks with me like that :) I would eat sushi, these photos look delicious! Great photo, very inspiring post :)
    Greetings from Poland!

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  2. Love sushi -Christine cmlk79.blogspot.com

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  3. The golden dewdrops was very beautiful. I have never seen it before. The cat was very cute too.
    Have a nice week ahead, Veronica!

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  4. Love your photos, Veronica! I've never had sushi, and at those prices, I wouldn't even be tempted. Happy Birthday to your son!

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  5. Dearest Veronica,
    Wow, that kitty wearing her harness looks so cute. Only our 2nd kitty did walk on a leash like that. He was fun to take along and he also biked with us, sitting in his wicker basket and looking out and being happy.
    Oh, that mango sushi must have tasted heavenly!
    And what about the very expensive bluefin tuna for that much money!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  6. Nice series. The mango sushi must taste good!

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  7. How cute with the cat on the person's shoulders! The food looked yummy!! I did like those dandelion pictures, Veronica!! Have a good week ahead!

    betty

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  8. Loved this post :) thanks for your sharing...

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  9. Was the cat's food-giver holding up a finger? The cat sure looked comfortable.

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  10. That orange cat looks so much like my marmelade Gypsy. What a sweet face. And that sashimi! YUM!

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  11. Love this collection of photos. Hard to pick out a favorite. The flowers are beautiful, the food looks yummy (except I'm not sure I would enjoy mango in sushi), and the cat, birds, and monkey shots are great.

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  12. Lindo gatito, la cena parece muy rica. Te mando un beso.

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  13. I've never seen a cat tolerate a leash before until these photos! Gorgeous flowers and amazing food photos, but that pricey tuna? WOW! Only the rich can afford to eat like that!

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  14. Hello Veronica,
    Wonderful captures of the monkey and the beautiful birds. The kitty is adorable. I love the pretty flowers. Your son's birthday dinner looks delicious, I hope he had a very happy birthday. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day and have a happy new week!

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  15. A beautiful kitten, dear Veronica! Do you know Bob the street cat? My former cat Jeronimo also let me lead him on a leash or sat on my shoulder - unfortunately only until he was neutered... Again you show beautiful nature and food photos. I couldn't afford the most expensive sashimi (and I didn't want to, even if I could... I'd rather donate the money to the needy or to nature conservation.)
    Thanks for your lovely comments!
    All the best and have a good time
    Traude

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  16. I was thinking that those animals are fed better than we are.....and then I saw the sushi!

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  17. Hello Veronica,
    What a nice pictures.
    Great to see that monkey and the egrets. A nice place with beautiful flowers.
    The food looks delicious.

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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  18. wow That kitty is so adorable and she must really love her human to tolerate the leash and hanging around with so many people in the park. Amazing! That birthday meal looks fantastic.

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  19. Love the flowers, food, and especially the cat on leash

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  20. Beautiful. Regine
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  21. Such wonderful photos and how nice to see that cute orange kitty.

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  22. Beautiful photos, Veronia. The cat is very pretty and seems comfortable on the human's shoulder. The food looks delicious. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week.

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  23. cute critters: cat, birds and monkey....
    excellent captured

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  24. You've captured some beautiful shots here! Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2022/07/a-few-things-blooming-around-homeplace.html

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  25. I don't think my cats would like leash, and they are indoor only kitties too. Happy Birthday to your son! The food looks delicious.

    -Soma

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  26. Oh that cat is just so adorable! I love the monkey, too... they're always so sneaky! :)

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  27. What lovely photos love the cat heheh1 and all that food hope you saved me some :-)

    Have a gallimaufrytastic week πŸ‘

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  28. What a cute cat. We have 2 of them, 1 (Bruno) likes to go out for car rides with my daughter, he gets very curious looking around at everything.

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  29. Love the purple florals and sushi!

    I'm also intrigued by the papayas which are harder to find around here.

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  30. awww....cute and lovely cat...i like the expression of the cat...is he/she want to jump from the shoulder ^^

    The monkey looks so fun

    In the end, the sushi looks so intiving. Have a nice day Veronica ^^

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  31. The tuna sounds a little expensive. I like the Cattle Egrets but surprised they toloerated the monkey so close to them.

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  32. I enjoyed all of your photos. So interesting how the birds and the monkeys eat papaya! Very cute kitten- and the Japanese meal looks very delicious. Thanks for sharing them.

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  33. The Cattle Egret is so beautiful, cheers Veronica.

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  34. Looks like all of the animals are well fed! Love all of the different animals you saw...especially the monkeys!

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  35. Looks like you had a lovely day out. I love the cat on the lead - not something i've seen before.

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  36. ...WOW, dandelions sure grow BIG there! t $3.1 million for a 612-pound bluefin tuna is amazing.

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  37. Impressive collection. The kitty is gorgeous and with special eyes!
    But I love also the other creatures. The food is to complicate for me, but
    it looks delicious!
    Thank you Veronica!
    Happy WW and a fine week!

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  38. The monkey! We visited a place in France where some lemurs roamed on an island and you walked among them as well as another spot with macaques: they were a little more scary as one did not like this one lady getting too close to them. Always love pictures of flowers! They make me happy.
    www.chezmireillefashiontravelmom.com

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  39. What a wonderous place with all the animals.
    Lovely tasty looking food too.
    Enjoy the week...

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  40. Love the food. Oh I love the food.

    Adorable kitty and all the other precious critters.

    Okay, I'm going back for some more food. Pass the wasabi.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  41. Lots of good looking food for people and animals in your post!

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  42. I wonder if our cat would take to a harness to get outside and take a walk. Maybe? It's cute to see the pics.

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  43. The monkey is cute. Love the food pictures, that looks yummy.

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  44. Oh fun Veronica -- hard to comment on only one or two -- but the harnessed kitty happily riding on his person's shoulders made me smile! And your son's Birthday dinner looks good enough to eat right off the page. Yummmmm.

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  45. Lovely cat. I used to call Flynn my shoulder cat. I can't eat sushi any more. I used to enjoy it until one day it had far too much wasabi in it which made me violently ill. I haven't been able to face any sushi since.

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  46. The mango sushi looks yum!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  47. Wow thats very expencive for a sushi - I prefer the Mango Sushi - yammi. The duo ist so exciting, the cat is very beautiful and so relaxed,
    greetings Kirsi

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  48. Wow, so many comments, but I understand, you have animals, FOOD, and flowers, etc. You have a busy life (after covid, thank God, there is life!!)
    Emille

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  49. That mango sushi is unique and love that cute cat. Happy to be back after my surgery....

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  50. Veronica - I am amazed when I see people walking around with their cats. Ours would never have done that! Yummy looking food! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  51. That cat is so cute and beautiful. I like it so much.

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  52. Wow..these are some stunning pictures dear..thanks for sharing :-)
    Beauty and Fashion/Glamansion/Rampdiary

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  53. Hello,:=) What a great variety of photos. I like the Cattle Egret and the Monkey pictures, all the creatures seem to get on well together. The dewdrop flowers are beautiful, and also the cat with lovely eyes, on someones shoulder. The food you prepared for your son's birthday looks delicious. Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures.

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  54. You have the most exotic looking birds in your area, and you take the most delightful photos. That monkey is cute, and the cat has pretty eyes. The dandelions are so lovely. I'm wondering, are those sculptures? The Japanese dinner looks really good. Thanks for taking us along on your journey to different parts of where you live. I learn something every time I visit. : )

    ~Sheri

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  55. There're beautiful creatures in that park! Nice pictures of the animals that live in the park.
    I love both mango sushi and salmon sashimi.
    Have a nice weekend, Veronica :-)

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  56. wow, that seems to be a great place to visit :)

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  57. Wow, i would love to walk through that park - beautiful birds. I wish, when I first got my cat as a kitten, that i had trained her on a leash. I try once in awhile and I can't get anywhere with her - i would have to drag her across the ground to get her to move. I see more and more photos of people with cats on leashes or in their back packs.

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