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Project 64 {white}









I'm linking up with Project 64 today to share my photo interpretation of the color white.  I took this picture for my After Dinner Creamy Coffee recipe which you can find here.




P64 white link-up here.

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  1. Lovely interpretation of white, thanks for linking up with project 64!

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  2. Yummm...coffee looks delish.
    Lovley capture of white.

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  3. Love, love, LOVE your coffee shot! Thanks for stopping by my p64 entry and for your comment. :o) I just became your newest fan so I don't miss any future shots....or coffee recipes!

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  4. Beautiful picture and the recipe sounds DELICIOUS!!!! I'll have to try it sometime. Although not after dinner or else I'd never sleep! :-)

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  5. Nice capture. It sounds similar to what we drink at s’bucks on occasion. A cafĂ© Americano with whipped cream. Delish!

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  6. I love this!
    The coffee looks delicious. I've just had dinner so I'm checking out the recipe.

    Carletta@Round The Bend

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  7. Nice photo. Thanks for being a part of P64!

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  8. Great photo - coffee looks yummy (even though I don't drink coffee).

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  9. Looks positively yummy! I like the little suggestion of color amidst the white of the cup, saucer and background.

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