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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Feed a Dragon. My Picture of the Day








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21 comments:

  1. Great pics! And I love your header as well.

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  2. It does look like that dragon is going to eat it all up. Nice.

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  3. Love the Dragon - great pictures.

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  4. Great photos, Tatyana, as always :-)! I guess a well fed dragon raises the chances to make the year of the dragon a good one ;-)!
    Christina

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  5. Lovely pomegranates are so bright and cheerful in comparison to the stone dragon, Nice bay window \_/

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  6. Great photo shoot. Looks like a magazine spread.

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  7. Dear Tatyana, Pomegranates are so.o.o good for you. The dragon obviously knows this. P. x

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  8. pomegranates supremeo lovely

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  9. Those are beautiful poms! I was going to make something with pears and poms and we had to go to all three grocery stores in town. The ones we found were not nearly as pretty as yours!

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  10. That's a lot for that little dragon, but I hear they eat more than we imagine. May your offering bring your peace and happiness in the new year.

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  11. Nice photos! I especially like that last one, with the contrast of textures and colors.

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  12. Handsome dragon and pomegranates.

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  13. It is the Year Of The Dragon. Happy New Year

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  14. What great contrast! Those pomegranates look mouthwatering.

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  15. Beautiful pictures. They look very crisp and clean.

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  16. Ładne tła wybrałaś do zrobienia zdjęć. Granaty pięknie się prezentują. Śliczne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.

    Nice background you chose to shoot. Grenades are beautifully presented. Beautiful pictures. Yours.

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  17. Beautiful colors! Love the Pomegranates -

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  18. Great photos as always love the pomegranates.

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  19. I can totally see dragons enjoying a snack of nice juicy pomegranates :).

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