Breakfast at the gardens


8 comments:

imp said...

ooh! i love that dragonfly shot. it's beautiful. poetry in motion really.

corsage said...

imp: And I can't take credit for that shot. It was Roboman. By the way, isn't that a damselfly? We were having this discussion and I'm pretty sure I learnt in school that the red ones were damselflies. But he says he never learnt that. Muahahaha. Oh Well. Primary School science. Can't remember much of it!

BeanBean said...

oh, i just went to casa verde! have to try their breakfast -- looks good. i love the calm morning mood of the pics :)

corsage said...

beanbean: Their breakfast standard has dropped :( We usually go there for their eggs benedict (poached eggs) which I don't quite know how to do, but they no longer serve it. Now, I kept looking at my plate thinking I could easily make the breakfast at a fraction of the price! Haha. PLUS, their coffee is not nice :(

~tif;fany* said...

the eggs look perfect! :)

do go graze @ rochester park for their awesome breakfasts next time!

Anonymous said...

Wow, mouth-watering breakfast! ;D

Btw, what I learnt back in primary school science eons ago was the perpendicular- and parallel rule: If the wings are parallel to body -- damselfly; perpendicular to body -- dragonfly.

Or is it the other way round? Lol.

~CDR~

corsage said...

tiff: I've heard differing views about Graze! Wouldn't mind giving a try someday though.

CDR: Oh dear, I don't remember anything about the wings! I thought it was the colour. Haha, I'll probably fail a primary school science paper now.

~tif;fany* said...

there's always some reason behind why some people like or dont like it. try it yourself to see if you and the husb like it? :)