The underbelly, or at least the back ways, of Lisbon. Mind the stone pavement. The photo was taken after a rainy interlude. Very slippery when wet.The lady was cleaning something, and the alleyway had not the freshest smell.
Today’s blended bacchanalian feast includes in no fixed order of preference
Spinach – big handfuls of it
Cows Juice (milk)
Spinach is full of iron which moves oxygen around the body and is also full of source of vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C. Vitamin K is important for healthy bones.Flaxseed is a super healthy combination of Omega 3 essential fatty acids, lignans and is high in fibre.
All in all healthy and a good way to get children to take in vitamins they normally shun in more traditional forms.
Musicians in a street market, Provence
The White Horses were the star attraction of the Camargue, but this beautiful bird kept dive bombing and swooping in majestically.
There is something magical about being so close to something that normally looks so unimpressive in photos. In this case the stern of the ferry which took us to Karlskrona in Sweden. I like the scuff marks at the bottom right.
Apple fritters as a treat for the family this afternoon.
Usual ingredients – eggs, flour, pinch of salt and not too much sugar. And mix. Slice apples and peel then dip in mixture and fry in olive oil until golden. Into a preheated oven for 20 minutes.
Coat with icing sugar and throw on some blueberries. Blueberries are a great anti-oxidant, soource of viatamin K and C, and simply taste scrumptious.
This has been devoured with a cup of Rosie Lee, with a splash of cows juice.