Happy Thanksgiving!

posted on 24th of november, 2011

Fastest approval time yet! I haven't even gotten a chance to taste this pie yet.

Must not be a lot of images in the upload stream. What is everyone taking a holiday or something?

Nice to have an accommodating family who doesn't mind light stands set up in the kitchen.

Comments (10)

Posted by Wordplanet on November 28, 2011
Lovely photos! And a belated Happy Thanksgiving to you!
Posted by Giannit on November 26, 2011
Great shots!
Posted by Egomezta on November 25, 2011
THose are great images. COngratulations.
Posted by Peanutroaster on November 25, 2011
Christmas pudding is on the other side of the pond, mate! ;-) I'll be posting a bunch of Christmas cookies shots soon enough.
Posted by Ewapix on November 25, 2011
Stop torturing us! :-) the pie looks delicious. Happy Thanksgiving again - looking forward to (seeing) your Christmas puddings! Ewapix
Posted by Peanutroaster on November 25, 2011
Here's the turkey - [imgl]22163583[/imgl]
Posted by Peanutroaster on November 25, 2011
BTW - it was very tasty! Looking forward to finishing it off tonight.
Posted by Mariaam on November 25, 2011
Yes, approval time is very fast and I also wonder why!? I also thought there are not many images pending or some people are on holidays :))) ... Great photos!!
Posted by Linqong on November 25, 2011
Nice shots!
Posted by smartview27 on November 25, 2011
Looks tasty !

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