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Day 82 – One

Single grape on stem

Single grape on stem

“Number one is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do” One by Three Dog night

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    • Mia
    • April 6, 2014
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    Mmmm grapes – love them! Great shot!

    ~Mia~ xx

  1. Reply

    Great shot of that poor lonely little grape.

  2. Reply

    Love it!

  3. Reply

    I really like this…very poetic! I am more of a writer than a photographer.

  4. Reply

    Hey! This looks like my lunch plate today! I don’t know why I always feel I need to leave ONE grape on my plate! Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

  5. Reply

    they are so good, it’s always sad to see only one remaining!!

  6. Reply

    Great grape! You reminded me that I bought grapes the other day!

    My Song-ography

  7. Reply

    Poor little grape…. Great idea though!

  8. Reply

    How fun! Looks like they were good to the last one!

  9. Reply

    great detail

  10. Reply

    So pretty! What a rich shade of color. This is a great take on the theme of one!

  11. Reply

    mmmm love grapes, so delicious, only without pips though!

  12. Reply

    Coat it with sugar and freeze it for a special treat! It could be the very best ONE.

  13. Reply

    The last one standing…the grape that’s left is usually the one that is a little more puckered than the rest. It’s like being the last one chosen for a team as a kid. Poor grape. Nice phot though! I like the purple and the green.

  14. Reply

    Gorgeous shot!

  15. Reply

    I’ve never felt so sad for a grape — haha! Great shot!
    🙂
    Traci

  16. Reply

    I don’t think I’ve ever really looked at what’s left on the grape stem after the grape is removed. Very interesting.

  17. Reply

    Gorgeous! I am always sad when I am down to my last grape…

    • Judy
    • March 23, 2014
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    The poor lonely grape!