REFLECTIONS IN JULY

NOTE
Even though the ALL SEASONS from Sunday through Wed.
will continue on this url (till I run out of space here),
I will not post my weekly posts linking to all the challenges/memes till Monday August 6
but then on The Jesh Studio

 

 

 

 A Birthday Spin at the sushi place
It stopped at “kitchen tools.” Could tell on her face,
she didn’t know what to think,
but the kitchen tools stickers and a plastic star made a
first-day-6-year old-who-wants-to-be-seven happy:)
ABC Wed – Birthday

 

 

These flowers are a popular choice for the landscaping of  public buildings
Floral Bliss,  Natur Donnerstag,  Floral Fri Foto

 

 

 

 

In the Mediterranean area, in the heat of the day,
only tourists are seen in the street. The locals are wiser:)
Tue Treasures, Travel Tuesday

 

 

 

Reflection of a nostalgic summer afternoon
rounded out by a big pot of hydrangea
Weekend Reflection

 

 

 

Nostalgic or not, doors also need cleaning:)
Thurs. Doors

 

 

Gold swirls at the end of a summer day
Sky Watch

 

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Thanks to All The Hosts
Our World * Thru my Lens * Jo’s Walk * Makro-Tex:  in post Tiny, 7 eggs, and Tree *
Tue Treasures * Travel Tue * Nature Notes * Pictoral Tue *
Floral BlissABC Wed. –   Birthday * Communal global * Sun Snap *
Thurs. DoorFloral Fri Foto * Sky Watch * Natur Donnerstag *
Weekend Reflection * Fri Photo Journal * Fri Photo Friends *

 

16 Comments Add yours

  1. The little one is growing up so fast! (They do that, don’t they!)…. love the hydrangeas — perfect summer flowre.

  2. Fun60 says:

    Must be English if you see someone out walking in the midday sun in the Med.

  3. my wife and the older of my two sisters have July birthdays!

  4. Angie says:

    The ‘siesta’ is a tradition I wish was customary the world over! Lovely shots in your post!

  5. riitta k says:

    Gorgeous photos all of them 3

  6. Wonderful choice for B Jesh… Lets hope that evrey child everywhere has the most wonderful birthday, they deserve it.

    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/23-B

  7. We’re all searching for shade here in the UK at the moment! I keep looking for rain clouds at night but it’s only rained once in the last month here. I love blue hydrangeas but with no rain water mine are turning pink and purple.

  8. I love ice cream shops that have a spinning wheel to try when I can’t decide among the many choices. Love the door photo. Cheers to another week!

  9. Peter B. says:

    Very close in age to my granddaughter (she turns 6 in September). I’m impressed she’s happy with a sushi dinner on her birthday! Love the shot of the narrow Mediterranean alleyway. So classic!!

  10. She is adorable…I wonder when my grandson will eat sushi as my daughter and husband love it…Lovely post..have a great weekend..Michelle

  11. jesh stg says:

    Thank you Michella. this is my nature child, bugs and picking up lizards is her greatest delight!

  12. Loved all your fotos…especially the huge pot of hydrangeas! Thanks for sharing!

  13. James says:

    Nice shots! I would love to walk on that Mediterranean street but not during the summer. 🙂

  14. jammy7000 says:

    Ha! “Only mad dogs and Englishmen are out in the noonday sun!” I love the dry heat of the Mediterranean Summer. My heat tolerance is somehow enhanced. Whereas we often get very humid Summers here which tends to sap one’s energy. Lovely shots, Jesh.
    Thanks for taking part in the Travel Tuesday meme.

  15. Jeanna says:

    Hi J., I tried to comment on your studio page and comments were closed, I guess you have a clock on them. I thought the comparison of art and photography using photos as examples was fun and found myself picturing filters on all of them. I love the Mediterranean alleyway or street (it’s so narrow) and want to see where that person is going.

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