5.11.2010

picnic

The other evening, J. and I had a picnic at Gas Works Park. The spread consisted of turkey hummus sandwiches, apple slices and nutella on graham crackers. We ate under an umbrella, but were given a wonderful surprise of sunshine for our walk afterwards.

A few things I've enjoyed recently:

camera: polaroid spectra

15 comments:

  1. sounds like a perfect way to spend some time with your loved one :)

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  2. Rain is the theme for me today. This post is very appropriate. Your photos have a Wizard of Oz feel to them, I think. I'm expecting the tin man to pop his head out at any minute and start dancing squeakily across the lawn.

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  3. Love picnics and love Gas Works Park, that's where I go to fly my kites :)

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  4. wow those skies!

    maybe i should do as you - just have a picnic no matter what, instead of waiting for picnic weather...

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  5. sounds just perfect :)

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  6. Apple slices and nutella on graham crackers? Mmm mmm! I bet it was nice to experience the beauty of a picnic in the rain, but then still be able to stroll in the sun.

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  7. OMG! these are just amazing....dark, moody...really beautiful...


    picnic in the rain, apples and nutella...
    so romantic

    :)

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  8. Why are all the awesome places in Seattle??

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  9. What a cool and interesting location.

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  10. Picnic with sandwiches reminded me of the fairy tale: Little red riding hood. Didn't you meet a wolf hiding in a big tube?

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  11. beautiful images! the picnic sounds wonderful :)

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  12. Sounds wonderful! I am a huge fan of apples and nutella but I've never tried them on graham crackers, that is definitely going on my to-try list.

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  13. oh wow...what beautiful photographs! your blog is simply delightful!

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  14. Tanya: It was for sure!

    Tracy: It hadn't occurred to me how much Gas Works Park does have a Wizard of Oz theme until you pointed out. I like that...and funny enough Seattle has the nickname The Emerald City.

    Courtney: How cool! Kite flying is awesome and such a wonderful idea.

    kristina: Yes I hope you do! I think even having a picnic indoors is fun.

    Anna: It was a lovely evening indeed.

    Denise: I admit it was nice to have the variety...things change so quickly weather wise here.

    M.: I'm so glad you liked them! The clouds were putting on a show.

    aipingplum: There are some great places here, but I do also love getting to other states and countries to see the beauty there as well.

    Des: I never tire of visiting there, it's quite a neat park.

    rc: Eep! Thank goodness we didn't see the Big Bad Wolf! Perhaps we ate our dinner fast enough that he left us alone. ;)

    wishful nals: Thank you!

    Megan: Fingers crossed you like it as well! Sometimes it's nice to add apple slices to sandwiches too.

    Lulu: Thank you so much and for visiting!

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  15. Your photos are poetic <3

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