Project 313 – Post No. 255

Another wintry POST . . . with canine videos, even. 

That was a late year for snow . . . the first snow usually made an appearance during the month of September.

And now, the photo:

Project 313 255

The Three Amigos . . . yes, I’ve used the name before; go back and look at all the previous Project 313 posts if you don’t believe me. 

In keeping with the snow theme . . . 

I hate to mention it, but I view a lot of “famous” art with the same skepticism as Boffo’s wife. 

And now . . . If I made a fruit pie, it would look like this. Yes, another coloring effort.

If I made a fruit pie, it would look like this

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

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4 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 255

  1. AnnMarie says:

    Nicely done, E!

    I like your Three Amigos. Reminds me of the cup of green tea I’m currently drinking (my cup shape is similar to the Amigos) . . . and the tea is Kirdland’s Green Tea by ITO EN (with the Matcha “dust”) and that’s what the foreground of your photo looks like . . . which looks like the bottom of my green tea cup . . . what a neat coincidence.

    I like your cartoon . . . I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder . . . or bamboozled.

    I also like your fruit pie . . . great bold colors, . . . however . . . not too appetizing at a dining table, probably better suited for a wall.

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    • disperser says:

      Thanks, Ann. That’s the tea we drink as well . . . but the dust offends my sensibilities. It always seems like they could have done a better job of containing it. Plus, it’s like glitter . . . it gets everywhere.

      I tried sealing it but then it took a lo-o-o-ong time to steep . . . and it tasted like packing tape.

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  2. Beautiful snow photos! Wonderful dog and snow themes! Dog, snow, dogs in snow! :-)
    Coop loves snow!
    PHOTO: Tea for Three! Or Tea For Two very thirsty tea drinkers! (I love tea…hot or cold!)
    CARTOON: HA! :-)
    DOODLE: You did a grape job! Your pie looks berry gooood! ;-)
    HUGS!!! Hope you had a good this-past holiday week+ and your next week is super-dooper, too!

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    • disperser says:

      Sorry, Carolyn. I missed this comment as it was a hectic day.

      Most dogs I’ve seen seem to really like snow. In that, they are a bit like kids.

      I keep saying that I’ll dring more tea, but most of my hot beverage drinking tends to be coffee.

      The thing is, I envy that artist. What I envy is customers who are willing to buy what he’s selling.

      My pie was easy as . . . well, pie.

      Thanks, Carolyn. We had an interesting week, that’s for sure.

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