February 28, 2014
I faved Visa And Mastercard Accepted Here
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February 28, 2014 at 06:39PM

I faved Visa And Mastercard Accepted Here
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February 28, 2014 at 06:39PM

August 24, 2013
I faved Old Factory Ruins (2010) on Elora’s waterfront (Grand River South Bank) - Elora Ontario Canada
by eloramews
embiggen by clicking: http://flic.kr/p/8FVKbJThe remaining walls and structure of Elora’s old factories along the Grand River - the Walser Building and Little Folks Furniture Factory - retain the character of Elora’s 19th century industrial era and will be incorporated into a future development.  

Across the Grand River are the Elora Mill and other beautiful restored limestone buildings from Elora’s industrial era as a mill town, restored in the 1970s and housing an inn and unique boutiques and galleries.

The picturesque Grand River which flows tranquilly through this part of the village rushes down the Elora Falls beside the mill into the spectacular Elora Gorge.

October 03, 2010 at 04:29AM

I faved Old Factory Ruins (2010) on Elora’s waterfront (Grand River South Bank) - Elora Ontario Canada
by eloramews
embiggen by clicking: http://flic.kr/p/8FVKbJ

The remaining walls and structure of Elora’s old factories along the Grand River - the Walser Building and Little Folks Furniture Factory - retain the character of Elora’s 19th century industrial era and will be incorporated into a future development. Across the Grand River are the Elora Mill and other beautiful restored limestone buildings from Elora’s industrial era as a mill town, restored in the 1970s and housing an inn and unique boutiques and galleries. The picturesque Grand River which flows tranquilly through this part of the village rushes down the Elora Falls beside the mill into the spectacular Elora Gorge.

October 03, 2010 at 04:29AM

July 21, 2013
I faved The Tastiest Fruit That Most People Don’t Know About
by pam’s pics-
embiggen by clicking: http://flic.kr/p/fdTcx6Helena doesn’t seem to sure about this odd fruit.
I had the Rambutan for the first time while in Vietnam and have been obsessed ever since.
I have found them in Denver, but around $5-$6 for a pound.
While at a big Asian grocery store yesterday I these for $3.98 a pound, grown in Mexico.  
They taste a lot like lychees once you just peel them.   If you ever see them, try one.  They are lovely.

From Wikipedia
The rambutan (/ræmˈbuːtən/; taxonomic name: Nephelium lappaceum) is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae. The fruit produced by the tree is also known as rambutan.

According to popular belief and the origin of its name, rambutan is native to Indonesia and Malaysia. The earliest record of rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements, a practice followed to date. Rambutan trees grow naturally in Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, and elsewhere in Southeast Asia, although its precise natural distribution is unknown. It is closely related to several other edible tropical fruits including the lychee, longan, and mamoncillo. It is native to the Indonesian Archipelago,[5] from where it spread westwards to Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka and India; northwards to Vietnam, and the Philippines.

A species regularly sold in Costa Rican markets may be known as “wild” rambutan. Yellow in color, it is smaller than the usual red variety. The flesh exposed when the outer skin is peeled off is sweet and sour, slightly grape-like and gummy to the taste. In Panama and Costa Rican Spanish, it is known as mamón chino (“Chinese Sucker”) due to its Asian origin and the likeness of the edible part with Melicoccus bijugatus. The fruit has been successfully transplanted by grafting in Puerto Rico




July 21, 2013 at 07:37PM

I faved The Tastiest Fruit That Most People Don’t Know About
by pam’s pics-
embiggen by clicking: http://flic.kr/p/fdTcx6

Helena doesn’t seem to sure about this odd fruit. I had the Rambutan for the first time while in Vietnam and have been obsessed ever since. I have found them in Denver, but around $5-$6 for a pound. While at a big Asian grocery store yesterday I these for $3.98 a pound, grown in Mexico. They taste a lot like lychees once you just peel them. If you ever see them, try one. They are lovely. From Wikipedia The rambutan (/ræmˈbuːtən/; taxonomic name: Nephelium lappaceum) is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae. The fruit produced by the tree is also known as rambutan. According to popular belief and the origin of its name, rambutan is native to Indonesia and Malaysia. The earliest record of rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements, a practice followed to date. Rambutan trees grow naturally in Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, and elsewhere in Southeast Asia, although its precise natural distribution is unknown. It is closely related to several other edible tropical fruits including the lychee, longan, and mamoncillo. It is native to the Indonesian Archipelago,[5] from where it spread westwards to Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka and India; northwards to Vietnam, and the Philippines. A species regularly sold in Costa Rican markets may be known as “wild” rambutan. Yellow in color, it is smaller than the usual red variety. The flesh exposed when the outer skin is peeled off is sweet and sour, slightly grape-like and gummy to the taste. In Panama and Costa Rican Spanish, it is known as mamón chino (“Chinese Sucker”) due to its Asian origin and the likeness of the edible part with Melicoccus bijugatus. The fruit has been successfully transplanted by grafting in Puerto Rico

July 21, 2013 at 07:37PM

May 20, 2013
North Shore Distillery Gibson -
Dirty martini (added the juice of the pickled onion to the gin and vermouth) -
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I took this photo on May 20, 2013 at 05:59PM

North Shore Distillery Gibson -
Dirty martini (added the juice of the pickled onion to the gin and vermouth) -
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April 1, 2013
Of course it buys happiness -
Shot with my Hipstamatic for iPhone
Lens: Watts
Film: DreamCanvas
Flash: Off -
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I took this photo on April 01, 2013 at 11:19AM

Of course it buys happiness -
Shot with my Hipstamatic for iPhone Lens: Watts Film: DreamCanvas Flash: Off -
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I took this photo on April 01, 2013 at 11:19AM

January 10, 2013
I faved Still
by inkyfingerz
embiggen by clicking: http://flic.kr/p/dK7h9WThat’s loneliness. Yaba Java Cafe, Garden Grove, California. January 7th, 2013.

A visual journal | stFOTOgrafer.com

The More I Want to Know… | opticalcollimator.com/2013/01/09/the-more-i-want-to-know/


January 09, 2013 at 07:54AM

I faved Still
by inkyfingerz
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That’s loneliness. Yaba Java Cafe, Garden Grove, California. January 7th, 2013. A visual journal | stFOTOgrafer.com The More I Want to Know… | opticalcollimator.com/2013/01/09/the-more-i-want-to-know/

January 09, 2013 at 07:54AM

December 20, 2012
Wanderer And Shadow -
Shot with my Hipstamatic for iPhone
Lens: Wonder
Film: W40
Flash: Off -
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I took this photo on December 20, 2012 at 11:04AM

Wanderer And Shadow -
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I took this photo on December 20, 2012 at 11:04AM

November 26, 2012
Pistol Pete #streetart -
West Loop
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Lens: Watts
Film: Kodot XGrizzled
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I took this photo on November 26, 2012 at 10:51AM

Pistol Pete #streetart -
West Loop Shot with my Hipstamatic for iPhone Lens: Watts Film: Kodot XGrizzled Flash: Off -
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I took this photo on November 26, 2012 at 10:51AM

August 23, 2012
I faved Alignments
by Duane Rapp
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Tonights sunset from the Roselle, IL Metra commuter rail platform. A inbound to Chicago commuter train crests the hill West of downtown Roselle, while the sunset aligns on the tracks behind a water tower in Hanover Park, IL
August 23, 2012 at 08:31PM

I faved Alignments
by Duane Rapp
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Tonights sunset from the Roselle, IL Metra commuter rail platform. A inbound to Chicago commuter train crests the hill West of downtown Roselle, while the sunset aligns on the tracks behind a water tower in Hanover Park, IL
August 23, 2012 at 08:31PM

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