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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

A Fun Look Back!!

Sometimes it’s actually fun to clean house – well, at least on my computer it’s fun, let’s not talk about the other house cleaning!! I found some favorites to share with you today! Hope you enjoy!
The first, as many of you know, is my “tango dancing” daughter in a clip that was taken for showing the fun and beauty of the tango.

Then some lovely, lavender blossoms in a favorite park.

And the next is a sky view from the roof of my apartment complex in Seattle.

Last is my favorite path through a beautiful park here in Portland.
Lots of beauty, hope you enjoy!!


Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Your daughter is beautiful!! And I love your path. Take care Sylvia. I hope things have cooled off up there. I talked to my Dad in Idaho and the temperatures got to 100F over the weekend.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Lovely to see your gorgeous tango dancing daughter Sylvia :) love watching the tango being performed, a tres dynamic dance. Your park is beautiful at this time of the year.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Fine finds Sylvia! YAM xx

Margie's Musings said...

Very pretty and very interesting.

Lowell said...

I'd tango in Seattle and I'd tango in Portland as there are many reasons to dance in both places. I can see why you're proud of your tango-dancing daughter. Unfortunately, I'm stuck here in Florida, so I'll just tango until I get tangled up in the nearest palm tree!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Fun look back at your photo captures. Your daughter is quite flexible.

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