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Patio Days

Patio Days

Self Portrait

16 Comments CherryPie on Jul 18th 2013

16 Responses to “Patio Days”

  1. Chrysalis says:

    Yes, please. I’ll take two glasses. Never mind, just hand me the bottle ;)

    Love ya

    • CherryPie says:

      Sitting on my patio, everyone has to share the bottle ;-)

      We always have fun and good conversations :-)

      • Chrysalis says:

        Oh, all right, if I must ;)

        Tonight we’ll pass it around and takes swigs, pretending we’re in college again.

        Yes, it is always fun with good conversations, on your patio, I’m sure all will agree :)

        • CherryPie says:

          I have never drunk wine straight out of the bottle like that. But I do remember being offered on in a similar fashion in a rather grubby looking glass…

  2. ubermouth says:

    I am not much of a drinker ,but I have to admit when I lived in England and dated a Dutch guy who used to come for 3 day weekends, we would have our share of wine by candlelight. I am partial to a white Riesling.

    I love the image through the wine glass but I don’t see how took the picture.

    • CherryPie says:

      Wine by candle light sounds very nice :-)

      I took my image with a camera phone.

      • ubermouth says:

        Sorry, I mean who took the picture. I had tried to correct that error with a single * who in another comment but it was evidently too small a posting for your system to let through. :)

        Were you specifically aiming for the image through the wine bottle as opposed to the bottle itself, Cherie? Knowing you, it probably was. Very artsy and creative. I long to be artsy and creative like that but,sadly, I am not. :(

  3. Astrid says:

    Great shots and I don’t mind a glass, make that two, Ginnie will come too (oops I invited myself, that is not polite :( )
    Love the reflection in the bottle.

  4. rusty duck says:

    Ah, one of the greatest pleasures of summer.

  5. Moggsy says:

    I thought last night a nice cool glass of white, or rose, would be just the thing, Something fresh hinting at vegitation and minerals, but then, silly me, decided against.

    Now I am thinking “maybe this evening.” ^_^

    When thinking regions, quality and consistancy I do like South African and Californian wines very much for both consistency and quality. My favorites? Well Old Vine Zin has got to be tops. mmmm. It sounds disturbingly close to sin. ^_^ But unitentional.