Not Your Usual Vacation Photos

Molly loves to travel and she has her own suitcase! But before you head off on your vacation:

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10 thoughts on “Not Your Usual Vacation Photos

    1. Kathy The Picture Lady Post author

      Thank you, Cindy! Molly was very patient through many photos (she also probably gained a pound or two from all the treats!). And she was very ready to GO when we finished! She does actually love trips in the car.

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  1. JD Wininger

    Never sat on spoon before Ms. Kathy! LOL What a great eye you have ma’am. It goes well with that amazing, creative imagination of yours my friend.

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    1. Kathy The Picture Lady Post author

      Thank you, J.D.! My husband and I each sat on the spoon, and it was surprisingly comfortable. This modern outdoor art was quite a contrast from all the Renaissance art throughout Florence and just tucked away on a back street.

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  2. Becky Van Vleet

    Oh, wow, such unique photographs–and those spoons. I’ve never seen anything quite like that! Nice job with VERY creative and unique pictures to share!

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  3. Katherine Pasour

    I enjoyed your photos, very interesting! The ice cream (gelato perhaps?) looked so good. As J.D. says, you have a good eye for photography–part of that overall artistic talent. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Kathy The Picture Lady Post author

      That was gelato, Katherine!Sounds like you’ve been to Italy. Each place displays it differently, but I especially loved how in Florence they made it into mountains of cool, refreshing treats! I think we had gelato every day we were in Italy!

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