Road Trip: #6 favorite

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Not sure if anyone will like this

photograph taken from the

passenger seat of my youngest

daughter’s car, after seeing the

riveting and powerful film,

“The Danish Girl.”

We were heading to the healthy

food serving restaurant, North Star,

in hopes to counteract

“not so healthy”

buttered popcorn.

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27 responses »

  1. That was another exceptional performance from young Eddy Redmayne wasn’t it! Your evening looks pretty much like my day here was, greyish, darkish and wettish 🙂 I also had popcorn this evening. I hope you had a lovely meal!

    • Pauline, wish you had had a brighter day but it is always bright and cheery inside your artistic household! 🙂
      Popcorn is still a treat for me, especially with butter and salt. The green salad had all kinds of things I should get and keep in my fridge, olives, goat cheese, dried cranberries, red onions. . . I do look forward to after Memorial Day, end of May, farmer’s markets opening. I walk out my apt building front door and down one block away to get to!
      I read a good mystery this week, women friends’ group, who are in professions that deal with crime, who meet and talk. “14th Deadly Sin,” by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. She adds the women’s point of view. . .
      Eddy Redmayne was exceptional and wonderful in the film. Quite a sad and beautiful but remarkable, true story. Give Orlando and Siddy a warm hug from me.<3

    • Thanks for liking the picture! It was a beautiful and powerful story, well acted, Beth. We both needed tissues, so the day fit the mood, so to speak. There is nothing as delicious as buttered popcorn, the delectable aroma cannot be resisted, hard as I try! 😉

    • Thank you, Jill! 🙂 Wasn’t that tree suited for a Grimm’s fairy tale with Hansel and Gretel nervously walking by it? Felicia, Carrie and I adore Johnny Depp in movies. The one we thought of is not scary or murderous~ “Edward Scissorhands.” Don’t watch “Sweeney Todd,” though!

    • Dan, I saw a bolt of lightning in the gloomy, eerie sky and really wished I could have captured it! 🙂 Thank you for pointing out how the road draws your eyes off into the distance.

  2. Oh I love this photo. There’s a feeling of warmth and safety against exposure and danger. I love it.

    I’m glad you enjoyed The Danish Girl, I want to see that 🙂

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