I'll show you mine/you show me yours - F 2/14

Annie Deighnaugh

Happy Valentine's Day everyone!


The letter of the day is "N".

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Annie Deighnaugh

Neptune at the L'ouvre....

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pegasus101

Notre Dame Cathedral, taken one week before the fire.

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Summer

Nest of baby robins


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arcy_gw

Nails--one and only manicure. LOVE french tip!!

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OklaMoni

N -


Never to old to have fun!

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Uptown Gal

Neighborhood Watch


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maire_cate


Newt - this is the juvenile (eft) stage of the Eastern Red Spotted Newt.

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nicole___

Nudibranch, Dusky Nembrotha, Australia

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lgmd_gaz

Nepeta subsessilis . A very low maintenance perennial, 4 feet tall, sturdy, long bloom time, loved by bees and hummers and seeds devoured by finches.

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jim_1 (Zone 9A)

Naples, Italy. Statue of San Gennaro and light.

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stacey_mb

Visiting Napoleon's "apartment" at the Louvre.



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Elizabeth


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dedtired

Navajo Loop trail, Bryce Canyon


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Jasdip

Northern Ontario

We visited a friend for a few days, I marvel at how the roads must have been made, cut into the rock.



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marilyn_c

Another of my waterlily hybrids. I named this one Neon Angel.


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norar_il

Napping with bunnies



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Lars

Neptune at Piazza Navonna


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susanwv

N is for Nature


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nhbaskets

Nephew, great niece and nephews.

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glenda_al

Naples


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DawnInCal

Nest:




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DawnInCal

One more - Nose:


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OutsidePlaying

Narcissus. And in my heart vase for Valentine’s Day.



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caflowerluver

Nasturtium


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Lars

To follow the plant theme

Nepenthes Miranda

Another Nepenthe:

Nepenthe Restaurant in Big Sur

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sealavender

Nagoya castle, Nagoya, Japan


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ravencajun Zone 8b TX

NUTS boiled peanuts 🥜!


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roy4me

NYC skyline

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murraysmom Zone 6a OH

Raven, I have seen signs for boiled peanuts but have never had any. From the picture on your container, it looks like you would eat them shell and all?

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murraysmom Zone 6a OH

Neighbor boy playing in my antique sprinkler.


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ravencajun Zone 8b TX

No you can't eat the shell they are still hard even after boiling. Occasionally you will have a small young soft skin peanut and those are soft enough to eat whole.

I buy bulk raw green peanuts, fresh dug are best. At the Hong Kong market they have them often. I have started cooking them in my instant pot and it's much easier and far less time involved. It takes about 1 - 2 cups of salt in the water because of the hard shell it has to get through. Usually people either love them or hate them. I love them. 💕

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Elizabeth

NYC

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jemdandy

Jasdip:

That's good example of Canadian road-cut through rock. Its easy to see what they did. Notice the many drill marks on the rock face. You might find other locations with drill holes spaced farther apart. For that case, it was drill and blast, but the drill holes here are very close together. That makes me think they did not have to blast, but was able to calve off rock after drilling. However, that was lot of drilling and expensive.

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