Fresh. The definition for fresh has a bit of a fork in it – it’s a state (new, recent, previously unknown) and it’s a taste or sensation (cool, sweet, invigorating, refreshing). Fresh is definitely this cantaloupe (“melone”) granita I enjoyed recently here in Italy. It cooled me down immensely (and it didn’t hurt that it was delicious, too!)
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– Weekly Photo Challenger Sara Rosso
Apparently the elements decided to make my decisions about photo selections today – if you aren’t local to Ontario, then you might not be aware that we were hit with some fairly severe thunderstorms today, and we were without power for a long period. Parts of Toronto are still without power at the moment — stay cool, my friends, and be fresh! Originally my post was supposed to highlight some of the beautiful fresh produce that’s been appearing lately on local shelves …
However, after the rain had cleared and that glorious scent of rain filled the air, the ‘fresh and new’ aspect of the day was revealed.
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