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Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

East meets West with high tea at Bangkok’s Erawan Tearoom.

So I’m breaking a rule for the city daily photo and digging back into the archive. This photo shows last year’s spring kite festival, held in April, where participants and spectators had to deal with the snow. Truly memorable, and cold.

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High Tea: Here and Abroad

Scone with clottled cream at the Celtic Knot
Scone with clottled cream at the Celtic Knot, Evanston, Illinois

In honor of Downton Abbey, a British export.

Bangkok, Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand

Weekly Photo Challenge: Comfort

High Tea in Bangkok

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