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The best day for tobogganing ever :)
Coffee: Jamaican Blue Mountain beans hand roasted the day we left Jamaica. Eggnog: Avalon Organic. Rum: 12 yr aged Jamaican dark rim directly from Appleton Estates Distillery. Mug: "Breakwater Sea Birds" series made in England. Date: Sunday after Christmas, 8:30am
THE best Xmas cookies EVER (see iPhone photo). Yet another reason I love my wife. "Chocolate Crackles" - single-bite brownie cookies with 2-stage sugar coating from Martha Stewart's Holiday Cookies book. mmmmmmm...
Currently on vacation in Jamaica. My wide angle lens (a simple Tamron 11-18mm) comes in handy for capturing the atmosphere...
I'm currently in the UK and I took this pic on my iPhone at Charing Cross station in London because I loved the juxtaposition of historic ceiling detail with the modern trains.