super pics, can't wait to see the rest. I do love B&W.
i love that b&w of ed! those look like our old apartments in nashville. where are you?
lib-it kinda does. photos are from visiting ed's fam in virginia this past week.
Thanks for your visit! I like your blog! Come back again! Dream ... a day in New york!I would like to see, hear, breathe all of your wonderful city!See you soon.Federica
The girl looks a bit sad. Maybe it is the black and white effect.Greetings,Filip
love the photos, I can't wait to see the rest! I'm glad you didn't starve on Thanksgiving :)
Honestly, turkey is the least exciting thing on the plate. But turkey gravy is a must.
can't wait to see the photos! i may have peed a little...
I may have peed a little, too. Weird? Probably.
I, for one, AM SO HAPPY you made that comment about vegetarians. Every year, I get asked "What are you going to eat for Thanksgiving if you don't eat turkey?!". And every year I look at the person in complete awe. Have you counted the dishes without meat? So easy. THE BEST FOR A VEG.
Can I say that Filip's comment seriously cracked me up? Love it.
Hi Rebecca, thanks for popping by my blog. Yours is lovely, your photos are simply stunning. Have a super day :)
lena-apparently i'm a sad girl.
Thanksgiving is definitely the best holiday for vegetarians! With all those sides, who really has room for turkey anyways?
Yes, on the "lots of choices for us veg-heads!"One of my favorite holidays for that reason alone.
I'll never get used to Americans having this holiday 1 month after us. :P
Oh, I agree! I'm a vegetarian and think the turkey is pretty much unnecessary at this point. Doesn't everyone love stuffing the best anyway?
non carcass sides. ha.
"so many non-carcass sides to choose from". :) my fiance will get a kick out of that line.
You take stunning photos. Wish I was better at capturing people when they're not blinking, sneering or sneezing. Thanks for saying hello. ;)