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Thursday, January 17, 2013

San Antonio River and Carmel Apple Reflections



17 comments:

  1. I have a caramel apple in my frige from before Christmas. Thankfully, I haven't eaten it yet and probably shouldn't.

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  2. # 1 pictures is lovely. # 2 is yummier but I broke side of a tooth from one so I stay clear of them.

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  3. The first reflection is perfect, the second is more yummy!

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  4. Like the others, I admire the first photo. But, like Sparkle1o00, I have had a bad dental adventure with caramel apples and they are definitely off my list from now on.

    A lot of San Antonio photos. Have you relocated?

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    1. Had no idea that so many people had bad caramel apple experiences. I was thinking about sweet desire, or desire for sweets when I posted the photo.

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  5. I'll take the river. Even thought the apples are colorful I'll pass on them.

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    1. Red, I'll add you to the thumbs down list on caramel apples. I admit that I didn't buy one, and wasn't tempted even, but I could not pass up the colors and patterns. To steal Andy's line, they are just "eye candy."

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  6. Nice! I'm visiting San Antonio in March and always enjoy the river.

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    1. Yogi, you will have a great time here in San Antonio. By March it will be full spring. Perhaps this will be a good year for blue bonnet flowers.

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  7. Your first reflection is gorgeous, but then who could resist those delicious goodies in the window??? I taught school in San Antonio for several years, always a favorite place of mine. Have a great weekend!

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  8. Great reflections in the lake (?). Oh that caramel apple would do great damage, lol!

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  9. superbe endroit et jolies photos ;o)

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  10. Those apples look so yummy ! And the first reflection is so cool, with that circle wave...

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  11. Marvelous shots ~ and yummy treats ~

    (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  12. Wonderful, defined reflections in the first photo! That building is quite grand!

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