Is it what we call "produits de la Mer Morte", Jacob? They are sold in Montpellier also.
I'm not sure what to say about this.
and so betwixt the two of them...they had a lovely afternoon.
am at sea.....
That's the beauty of a manicure. They always fit perfectly. Unlike salon swivel chairs. As a short person I always feel like I've been perched. At least she has her feet on the ground.
I'm with Steffe:)And yes there are not many Tucson natives still in Tucson. That may make me unique, but a bit sad too!
A lot of minerals and other stuff in there.
Ahh yes. They tried to tackle my wife last time we were at the mall here.
Oh, my. I have such a similar shot from Seattle....Not sure these products will help this lady.
Jacob, you are a bad, bad boy!
Lol @ BSquared. I'm a bit nonplussed too.
Loving your finishing techniques lately on the photos. As for the manicure, above poets have captured it all!JanGDP
Hmmm.. Jacob, whatever entered your mind I won't mind. Still this is a nicely stolen shot.^^
Hmmmmmmm--I don't have too much to say about this.The pundits have said it already.I have a hard time taking pictures of people in stores etc. so there ya are. MB
PS: I will say this. I like the contrast.
I will not say anything either.
Oh Jacob, you are quick with that camera aren't you! As Don said, they try to tackle me every time I go to the mall. I have gotten quite good at dodging them!
ShopBoy: Oh miss, would you be interested in ...Shopper: Is it free?ShopBoy: Absolutely, have a seatShopper: I can only stay for a minute, I have a lunch reservation
I fully agree with Halcyon: I really like the contrast!
Did you ask? (I agree with everyone. . . .)
Three words: Oh, my god!
Holy moly! What a shot.
Heh heh. I've posted a couple of pictures of morbidly obese people and felt dreadfully guilty - but not anymore. Sir, you have outdone me.
Sorry to show my ignorance, but the water from the Sea of Galilee is healing? I NEVER learned that at Sunday School.
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