Wednesday, June 15, 2005


       You can't get blood from a turnip ...

     The photo ... but sometimes you can from a beet!

     This weeks photo challenge was sort of difficult, it really made you think ... thanks Kat!

     I used cliche ` finder <- click to check out some of the more popular clichés, I saw a few that I thought might work with for a photo. Not sure why I chose the turnip one, but I do know that I chose a beet for the photo because it's much bloodier than a turnip. 

     Others I considered ...

Laughter is the best medicine.

That's the way the cookie crumbles.

Talk until you're blue in the face.

Poker face.

The calm before the storm.

Bakers dozen.

What ever floats your boat.

She's a living doll.

Cut it out.

     I just got home, that's why I'm a little late posting my entry, but I actually have two hours to spare. I had two birthday and one Father's day gift to shop for after work, then met Karen at Boca High School ... we both signed up for a realistic painting class with  "Italian Renaissance Master Artist, Arnold Moskowitz" ... how's that for a title? The class starts next Wednesday ... I'll let you know how it goes. After sign up, we went to Guppy's (Big Daddy's) for dinner and then shopping at Target, fun night out!


    Edit:  Oooops! I'm a week early ... not sure how that happened, I must not have been paying enough attention. I thought the RoundRobin challenge was every Wednesday! Guess I'll have to come up with a different cliche `photo for next week!            

                      Good night all ...







suzypwr said...

I like your picture, but I thought they were radishes :)

luvmort said...

I gave you great cliches.


cneinhorn said...

you can submit this for scalzi's "red" photo assignment :-)

ryanagi said...

LOL you are ahead of the game. All good cliches tho!

gabreaelinfo said...

That color made me say, "WoW!"


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sepintx said...

Better to be early than to be late :-)

Cool shot!

krobbie67 said...

I couldn't wait to post my pics of Andi either so I had to come up with a new one.

I so envy you taking the painting class. I would love to "some day."

:-) ---Robbie