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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Spicy Red Peppers. My Picture Of The Day

I don't think I'll ever look at spicy red peppers the same way again.
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This picture was taken during our September trip to Italy's beautiful Amalfi coast. Previous entries about the trip are here, here and here too. There are a couple of Pictures of the Day: there and there.

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14 comments:

  1. LOL. No need for a prescription either.

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  2. That is a *lot* of peppers! Beautiful grapes and lemons too.

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  3. Well, hot peppers do increase blood flow!

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  4. Viagra, that is too funny! Okay ... great pics, tho.

    Have a lovely eve ~
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  5. Oh my! worthy of typing LAUGH OUT LOUD!!

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  6. Beautiful red peppers in this photo, but the sign is funny.

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  7. That is a lot of peppers! Great Photo Tatyana! ;>)

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  8. yes, hot pepper displayed well, but for that NATURALE thing, huh, I am not too sure...

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  9. The neighbors have been putting hot peppers in Twinkies and putting them in the compost pile to keep out the bears. Hmm. Gotta wonder what those bears are really up to now.

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  10. Hahahaha that's funny! Beautiful color, but laugh out loud funny.

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  11. Very funny sign, but it was not a stretch with those extra large peppers.

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  12. Great photo! It reminds me of my country, I bet the scents in there were great too

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  13. gosh, you make me blush! but you have discovered the secret of aging but still amorous Italian gentlemen!

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