Archive | May 12, 2019

Flowers Of Hampton Beach, New Hampshire — May 12, 2019.

by Anura Guruge


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It was Mother’s Day and we headed off to the ocean at Hampton Beach despite the gloomy, cold weather. It was our third trip to Hampton — and as with the last two times we had a wonderful, fulfilling lunch at ‘Jumping Jack Java‘ — our new favorite eating place south of Portsmouth. Suffice to say, given the weather, Hampton Beach was not crowded. But, it was. Still a fair number of people. My first trip there with my new Canon EOS RP. Only took my 35mm RF lens. I wanted to get used to it. That it has a macro capability helped.

Given the unusually cold Spring all the flowers were not out — even on the coast. But, they had two displays. I captured as many to share with YOU. Enjoy.

Jumpin Jack Java


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The Picture Of The Day (Canon EOS RP) + 6 Also-Rans — May 12, 2019.

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seagulls guarding Rye Beach New Hampshire Anura Guruge Canon EOS RP


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‘Chobani’ Yogurt, With Its Marvelous Act Of Charity, Demonstrates It Is A Real Classy Company.

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This story was SO uplifting. Good for you Chobani. You did us all proud.

School lunches are so important to kids in need. To deprive them of lunch, when they are so much in need of it, is a crime.

This is the U.S. of A. the world’s richest country. But, kids in this country go hungry. It is crazy that we can’t fix this school lunch ‘craziness’. It is like healthcare for all!

I am so proud of Chobani. I used to be a BIG eater of Chobani yogurt up until 2.5 months ago. Then following my knee injury I went on an even severe diet than the one I had been on for the last 6-years. I even cut out flavored yogurt. I went to plain yogurt.

But, after this, rather than buying storebrand plain yogurt, I am going to buy Chobani. I want them to do good so that they can continue their marvelous charity work.

 


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