Wednesday, June 30, 2010

(not so) wordless wednesday

A proper tea is much nicer than a very nearly tea, which is one you forget about afterwards

"A proper tea is much nicer than a very nearly tea, which is one you forget about afterwards."
- A.A. Milne

38 comments:

  1. oh i love this shot! such a warm feeling to it, makes me want to curl up with a book :)

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  2. Beautiful quote and beautiful photo. You are so talented!

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  3. I love love this photo. The cups remind me of work done from Baltimore Clayworks. If you haven't visited them, you should give them a google. They do some beautiful work. And the quote? PERFECT!

    Warmly,

    Molly

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  4. Beautiful photo, the light creates a pretty environment !

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  5. I have actually never had a proper tea but can you go wrong with scones and sandwiches.

    I have an award for you at my site.

    LisaDay
    http://www.thisandthatday.blogspot.com/

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  6. I swear, Hannah, that I am in that photo...sitting just on the other side. Perfect.

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  7. So pretty! I would really love a cup of tea now. And maybe a nap, but I would settle for tea. :)

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  8. Beautiful picture and brilliant idea - maybe I'll steal it in attempt to get myself snapping/posting again with some regularity...

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  9. oooh what a lovely quote. :) thanks for sharing!

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  10. that quote is soooo right - i always remember proper teas

    beautiful shot

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  11. Unique Photo ...love the quote have a great day!

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  12. Your photography is nothing short of breathtaking :)

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  13. Lovely quote paired with a warm and inviting photograph. What is the title of the book?

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  14. this looks great! ;) I love tea, but you are right, a proper tea from start to finish really brings nourishment and the ritual is saved. xx Sharmila

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    Amelia

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  17. In a large bowl, whisk together the ateş ve su buz devri brown sugar, melted butter, flour and salt. Add in the eggs, maple syrup This dish is really amazing to eat.As there has been mixed many awesome ingredients kafa topu so it should be delicious for everyone.I would like to make this dish and will eat with my family.

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