Posts tagged ‘morning’

August 4, 2011

569. streetside in seattle

Janine Graf, Redmond, WA.

Let’s have a sit together, shall we?

Janine manages the Flickr Group, Caffeine Nation. Her Flickr photostream is here and her photo Facebook page is here.  Janine also sells 5×5 art prints of her fabulous coffee photos. Check out her shop here.

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July 16, 2011

545. dino coffee

Christy, Aka, Urban Muser, NYC.

Christy blogs at Urban Muser and Mortal Muses. And she has a new project that I am especially excited about, Smile at a  Stranger. Christy is leaving notes, encouraging folks to, yup, you’ve had enough coffee to guess it…smile at a stranger today, and then taking photos of them and posting on her Posterous site. Hers are mostly in the subway, where we can all agree, a few smiles will go a long way. She’s invited us to join her on the journey of smile-makers, so of course, I did. I wrote about my first two days of delightful sneaky smile note-leaving on my other blog, Tour of No Regrets, here. Christy also has a Flickr group for the project, here.  I can tell you from experience, it’s a pretty fun project, even if you only do it once. However, I will warn you, it’s addictive. In fact, at this moment, I have three more notes in my purse, just waiting to discover their next assignment.

Oh, and how great is the baby dino?

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July 12, 2011

537. enjoy the ride, and the coffee

This cup of coffee comes with a little self promotion. We (that would be Tackett+Barbaria, our design studio, in partnership with the City of Davis) just delivered our first set of diner mugs to the UC Davis Bookstore in Downtown Davis. Also available, a six-color t shirt with the same bicycle and clever tagline. And if you’re not a coffee drinker (but really, you wouldn’t be here unless you were), the mug is heavy enough to do double duty as your bodyguard.

July 10, 2011

534. saturday morning

A clean house can wait. The coffee and patio deserve to be enjoyed now.

July 5, 2011

523. coffee and chocolate

Charlie McDonald, Edmonton, Canada.

“Canada Post was on strike up to a couple of days ago, so I am currently out of my favorite coffee.   Our favorite micro roaster is back home in Thunder Bay. Its called The Great Northwest Coffee Company and they do the coffee up just right. Earlier today I purchase different kinds of coffee locally–in desperation, hoping it will tide us over till our new shipment arrives.I wanted to taste test the coffee tonight so I don’t spoil a nice morning before work.Well the first taste test was not promising.The dark roast tasted more burnt then anything.The second test result was more promising and should not ruin my morning. Oh and there are only three pieces of chocolate on that plate.  I guess I should not have eaten the rest. But it was cappuccino flavored.

Charles has a photography blog at www.cwmcdonald.com.

May 6, 2011

384. just a moment

Coffee is the best excuse to take a moment, before the day takes you.

April 26, 2011

360. morning ritual

Deirdre, aka SuperDewa, Hudson Valley, NY.

Deirdre, Can I  stay home from work today, and just drink coffee with you all morning? It looks perfect!

Visit Deirdre’s Flickr Photostream for her unique point of view. And check out her new blog, here.

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April 12, 2011

327. quiet morning

Reina, Davis, CA.

Though we live in the same town, I only know Reina through blogging.  She’s a UC Davis grad student and I discovered her magic with the macro on a few Flickr groups. Luckily, she’s also a coffee lover and has been a regular caffeinated contributor. Her Flickr page is here.

April 11, 2011

325. seeing double

Deirdre, aka SuperDewa, Hudson Valley, NY.

It’s coffee cup 325 (675 to go!) and Dierdre showed up with coffee and sun. Perfect!

Visit Deirdre’s Flickr Photostream for her unique point of view.

See you after the break for coffee cup number 326.

April 4, 2011

307. morning colours

Kieran Hamilton, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Kieran showed up on coffee|served daily as a commenter, and when I checked his photo blog, Sumpix, I was blown away. I think I must add Scotland to my “new places to drink coffee and hang out in incredible, magical landscapes” list.