Daily Archives: January 6, 2019

A Wine Decanter For The Truly Decadent.

by Anura Guruge


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Click image for the ‘Hammacher Schlemmer’ listing …


They have given up sending me the printed catalogue (having worked out, after 12-years, that I am a lost cause) but they still send me e-mail promotions on a regular basis.

Of course, this caught my eye. How could it not. I had to go look.

Very nice. Nice price too. $600.

I have one problem with it. We are talking a wine decanter. Inebriated folks. Would be embarrassing if you knocked it over or dropped it! That would be the second reason I wouldn’t get one.

What about YOU? Would you get one?


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Just The Two Of Us On New Year’s Day, 2019.

by Anura Guruge


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Hampton Beach, New Hampshire on New Year’s Day, 2019.

We invariably end up in that area, i.e., greater Portsmouth, on New Year’s Day. This was last year.


Notice that I still haven’t lost my long scarf — the one I retrieved, from the main road, in Boston, opposite the Aquarium, dodging buses and cars to do so.

Teischan, now a year older, was with us too. She took this picture with her new phone.


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The Picture Of The Day (Google Pixel 2) + 6 Also-Rans — January 6, 2019.

by Anura Guruge


NO post-processing whatsoever.

Taken with my Google Pixel 2 Phone.

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Attribution WILL be enforced.

nature's perfection Anura Guruge New Hampshire Google Pixel 2


The also rans:







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Did You See London’s New Year’s 2019 Fireworks — Well Worth Watching.

by Anura Guruge



Now this was a REAL fireworks show. WOW. And a political message at the end, to boot. Only us Brits can pull off something as magnificent as this.

I have been meaning to share this since the start of 2019. Just kept on getting distracted by other stuff. Well, better late than never.

Enjoy.


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