I can finally breathe again after 5 solid days of studying. I think I nearly had a caffeine induced panic attack before my exam tonight. So, I deserve chocolate. And maybe a glass of wine. Or two. I’m not making any promises to be good tonight. It’s time to unwind!!
P.S. There’s one small thing that bugs me about this picture: the dust in front of the bunny in focus. Perhaps I need to do some cleaning now that I have a few days in which no books will be opened…
13 thoughts on “Chocolate Makes Me Happy”
Not just dust, dust bunnies…
Lol, dust bunnies! 🙂
oh< i hate to admit it, the dust bugs me too! I took a few pictures of my espresso machine, while making a shot of espresso, and once I pulled them up on my computer- wow, what a dirty machine I had. I didn't feel like cleaning the machine, so no pictures yet. 🙂 -Kim
one more thing- well, two. It is a nice picture, great dof and reflections. And, chocolate and wine- a pretty good combo. Lindt is wonderful. When we were in Austria, we stopped at Bludenz, the entire town smells of chocolate- it fills the air! The Lindt factory is right across from the train station. Yum. (I guess that was three more things!)
Thanks, Kim! That sounds like a great trip to take to Austria. An entire town that smells of chocolate? This I must experience some day.
Love this picture. The colours are rich and inviting. I never realized how much dirt and dust is actually on everything till I started taking pictures… guess my eyes have gotten accustomed to the dirt.
Glad you’re all done for awhile.
Thanks Heather – although I won’t find out how I did on my exam until Wednesday…Oh the suspense! 🙂
I read about your upcoming travels and I wanted to recommend the book, Darling Jim. Fantastic fairy tale within a thriller which mentions, I believe, County Cork. It’s a great read and would recommend it highly. Safe travels!
Thank you for the suggestion, Lisa. I may get that one for the flight there.
Thats a cool shot! Well composed and nicely executed, the colours are great!
about the dust, I don’t find it so bad, but I know what you mean 🙂
Thank you, Michael – my friend David suggested using the healing tool in PhotoShop next time. However, there’s something about the imperfection that I like as much as dislike. It’s just the way it was.
Great shot. All of those brave bunnies giving their lives for you. Darn it – now I want chocolate.
And yet, you refrained from the chocolate on our photo walk yesterday, Mike! 🙂