Mullberry Whine

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Wordless Wednesday

Sparkling Water With Lemon, a photo by H20 by Joanna (ie, the fabulous Joanna de Koning), over at H20 by Joanna: My Project 365.  Simple, tasteful, tasty.  Now that you’re suitably refreshed, suit on up and dive into Joanna’s other fluid fancies – there are currently over 100 water-themed pictures to slake your creative thirst!

...Sparkling Water With Lemon by H20 by Joanna at the site H20 by Joanna: My Project 365; you can enjoy the original post here...


A Note About Wordless Wednesdays:  I may be many things to many different people, but there are many (many) things I am (sadly) not.  One of those sad ‘not’ things is a photographer.  So each Wednesday I fill that photography void by indulging in the photo-y talents of others, showing you a piece I wish I’d taken but (again, sadly) did not, and sending you off to peruse things more visually stimulating than my incessant prattling.  Do enjoy!


2 comments on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. H2O by Joanna
    April 18, 2012

    Thank you so much for putting my H2O blog into the spotlight! It’s highly appreciated! with love Joanna

    • mullberrywhine
      April 19, 2012

      Thank you for allowing me to do so! I so love your work I just had to share! 😉

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