Mazatlán is Paradise
Is this the mini-bar in your casa?Your photo reminds me of something we're hearing around here this week....MELTING SNOW!
Kate, this is so pretty. You're in a photographer's heaven! Looking forward to more from Mazatlan.
This is beautiful!You and I are drawn to photograph the same sort of things, aren't we, Kate? I think of the Bacchus in Menton and our love of wrought ironwork. Jilly x
Your photos are really amazing. I love visiting your site.
Dear kate,Realised that I've been a while without visiting and I must tell you how much I enjoyed catching up. Your photos are delightful, varied, fun, interesting. I hope your internet connection improves but in any case, keep'em coming and I'll try to be a bit more regula. I've had massive workloads lately. Keeping the blog going is already hard but visiting others is even harder!
wow, i like it a lot. it could easily be the shot from Venice.
Well, how rude! Spewting at us so early in the morning ;-)))Wonderful fountain!
j'aime beaucoup ces vieilles fontaines, on en trouve encore dans certain quartier parisien.et puis quand il fait chaud, c'est tellement agreable I like much these old fountains, one still finds some in certain Parisian district. and then when the weather is hot, it is so pleasant
This remindes me of the movie called "Under the Tuscon Sun". The movie had a similar fountain.
Okay, I know it shouldn't have had such an effect on me but I just had to laugh.
I've always wondered about these sort of things --- strange to have water shoot out of someones moth. :)
I want one.Beautiful photograph. Love the contrast.
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