"Wine hath drowned more men than the sea." -Thomas Fuller
Love the quote :) Happy Wednesday!
The colour and appearance remind me of a floating fungus it became popular to drink as a tea for rejuvenation purposes that I never could bring myself to try but then I would not eat mushrooms either for over 30 years ;)
Sukhmandir - I don't like tea in the first place, so I certainly don't blame you for not trying a floating fungus version! Icks! The green in this shot is caused by the glass, though, not fungus so the moscato was still quite tasty! The angle made me imagine an eye belonging to a prehistoric fish or mythological water beast.
Great photo! I love Moscato!
This photo is amazing -- really draws you into it and makes you "ponder"....Thanks for stopping by my blog and your kinds words, very much appreciated!
I love the color! Thanks for commenting on Cookie Art! http://theapels.blogspot.com/2011/06/wordless-wednesday-berry-picking.html
Beautiful colors and interesting reflection shapes...great shot!Thanks for your visit today!
haha... this is great! It's actually a really beautiful picture. Never would have guessed that it's wine.
I had no idea what was in the photo until I saw the last comment before me. :DThanks for dropping by my site!
What a great photo!
that is such an interesting photograph, fun to look at.
I could not tell what that picture was of--I thought I saw a ring in there. Then it looked like a belly. A belly button ring? I was sooooo confused. I think now I've got it figured out.It's a drink.
Very interesting photo!Stumbled you! My post is http://beautegras.blogspot.com/2011/06/haute-headbands.html
Interesting...Is this a starter for Kumbasha tea? I also Stumbled you! My post is http://helena-agalneedsatleast2blogs.blogspot.com/2011/06/how-heart-healthy-will-you-be-in-old.html
Hi! Stopping by to Stumble from STT (I’m a little behind LOL).LOVE the quote! And, of course, now I want Pinot at 11:30 LOLMy post is http://www.mamamommymom.com/2011/06/rosemary-pork-heaven.htmlJamie @ Mama.Mommy.Mom.http://www.mamamommymom.comhttp://www.twitter.com/mamamommymomhttp://www.facebook.com/mamamommymom
That's a neat picture!I stumbled you. My post is http://booksyourkidswilllove.blogspot.com/2011/06/have-kid-book-reviewer-at-home.html
Thank you so fairy much for fluttering by my blog. Feedback makes me sparkle! Unless it is mean - please keep that poison for yourself.