Friendly Friday Comfort Zone

I’m all in favour of comfort so it’s no surprise that I find myself in hedonistic Italy. We shall stay deep in the comfort zone with these people, even though taking photos of people does not rank high in mine.

Snow that Melts Somewhere in her comfort zone says that no matter how good it’s supposed to be for you, sometimes she likes to stay right there and not cross into the unknown.

Let’s see what ideas she spurred with her Friendly Friday photo challenge this time. On all my photos are people, which is not so common around here. They seem to be either deeply comfortable or getting there.

In the first part of my photo gallery there are some photos that you might remember if you have stuck with me for four years. It’s been so long since I posted them on my first blog. This is my fourth. I’ve come a long way.

In the second part are some images of us since last summer up to now. (The two with me were taken by my father.) We tend to get comfortable as much as we can: life puts you out of your comfort zone often enough as it is.

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For Friendly Friday Photo Challenge hosted by The Snow Melts Somewhere

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16 Comments

  1. So many things to comment on, again! 😀 “life puts you out of your comfort zone often enough as it is” – I wholeheartedly agree! Let’s not make it any worse for ourselves. Hedonism rules!
    And 50 years together is quite an achievement! Love the photo with bestia posing with your parents 🙂 . (He is such a poser, isn’t he?!)
    Also love bestia sleeping on the two cats. I’m pretty sure he did notice, he was just playing innocent!
    Is that Piran church girl your sister? They look very similar!

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    1. Hihihh, noo, they are not the same, I don’t know the princess at all. 😀 I’ll tell her that you thought that! Bestia is indeed a poseur and often playing innocent. You know him well. 😉 Thanks, SMSW, it was a great pleasure to do this post as always for your challenge.

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