Let’s Spoon!

spoons

F/8.0, 1/60, ISO 100.

Day 103 / 365

Be careful spooning leads to forking.

Interesting Fact: The World’s Largest Spoon Collection, containing over 5400 spoons, can be found at the Passaic County Historical Society’s Lambert Castle Museum in Paterson, New Jersey.  ( http://www.foodreference.com/html/fspoons.html )

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15 Comments

  1. Very clever title!! 🙂
    I also wanted to let you know that my blog has changed. I lost all my content and followers during a transfer. If you woild still like to follow me, my new blog address is: west517photos.wordpress.com
    🙂

    • I will follow you for sure, sorry that you lost all your followers but with your awesome posts you will get new ones in no time. I appreciate you stopping by, enjoying my work and sharing your new site with me. Thank you and happy blogging. 🙂

  2. We only have 2 kinds of spoons in our house xD This is cool by the way!

    • Thank you very much, two kinds of spoons is normal, I don’t know why I have so many different kinds, but it did come in handy for this photo. 🙂

  3. hum…Your title was tantalizing! The photo incredible. I was just writing on my blog about good writing and really my way of drawing in my readers. This is a good tactic here!!

      • It definitely caught my eye! I was thinking of intimacy with your choice of title , but the picture itself was extraordinary. Thx also for checking on my blog. I try to visit fellow bloggers who take the time to visit mine…It is great to learn about other people and how they tick! My blog is like an open book into my world and others just give a small slice of there’s. Love that we are all different and have different perceptions….Best to you!

      • I very much agree with you. I try to replay and visit other blogs as much as I can, some times it takes me a while to replay but I always do. I really appreciate you stopping by. Happy blogging. 🙂

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