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When Ailsa at wheresyourbackpack posted this challenge, I immediately thought Marilyn Monroe, spray painted gold, singing Happy Birthday to President Kennedy.  OK.  Maybe that was a dress.  I’m still not sure after all these years.

Now don’t get me wrong.  I love Ms. Monroe, maybe not as much as Jeff does, but I enjoy the heck out of her movies.  But I thought I’d go a different route.

So here are just a few curvatures of my own.  Don’t get too excited.  It’s not what you think.

Curvacious snake at the Cape May Zoo, in none other than Cape May, NJ

Twists and turns and swirls and curves hanging from the ceiling at the Borgata Casino – AC, NJ

Delicate curves of the flamingos necks, also at the Cape May Zoo

Subtle curves of a wine rack we came across – Jeff makes the stuff, remember…

Our grandson, taking the curves in our living room – that’s his version of a peace sign as he shouts “Peace Out!” (If you know anything about me, you know kids or grand kids are going to be involved, if at all possible. And I’ll stretch the limits on the challenge if I have to :-). )

OK.  Send the kiddies out of the room because I just couldn’t let it go.

Thanks to Google Images for this photo of Ms. Monroe

For more curves, visit Ailsa at wheresmybackpack.  Thanks, Ailsa.

If you dropped by, commented, liked, or just browsed around, thank you for the visit.  You are always welcome to stop back any time. 🙂


30 thoughts on “TRAVEL THEME – CURVES

  1. I just knew that someone would eventually post those feminine curves, Gemma. “It had to be you…….” 🙂 Your grandson is so cute. you can put him up there any time, on any pretext. 😀

    • It’s really true, you know. She was the first ‘curve’ that popped into my head. I wonder what a shrink would do with that. Sorry I freaked you out. He’s behind glass, if that helps. 😉

  2. The curves are — let’s hear it — FABULOUS. (And so they should be, eh?)
    The snake! Besides being both gorgeous and terrifying, the texture/sheen is amazing. And whatever that chandelier is, it’s fantastic. Kind of a Medusa head among chandeliers!
    A whole fabulous set of curvaceous photos.

  3. this is what happens when you stumble on to a post late —> everything you want to say has been said. Great curves… love your grandson’s *curved* forefinger version of the “peace” sign 😀

    • I am really having issues with WordPress comments and replies! I know I answered you but it’s not in my comments. Anyway, I won’t repeat myself in case you did get a reply. Thanks for visiting. Signed: Frustrated 😦

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  5. Loved the whimsical additions of Marilyn and your grandson, but the snake and Chihuly glass pieces are my favorites. Come to think of it, the piano wine rack is pretty cool, too! A fabulous gallery for the challenge! 😉

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