Saturday, 6 June 2009

My Favourite Things

click on the mosaic for photo credits!

I was tagged by Leia and Sherin over at HiFashion to share 20 of my favourite things, so I decided to do it in flickr mosaic form! Can you find them all in the pictures?

1. Color: Blue
2. Dessert: Banoffee Pie
3. Scent:Vanilla
4. Flower: Tulips
5. Animal: Kitty
6. Month: September
7. Beverage: Marmalade Martini
8. Pair/s of shoes: Dune t-bars (so comfy, so high!)
9. Snack: Cheese. I am a cheese fiend!
10. Song: Currently Tristan – Patrick Wolf
11. Book: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay – Michael Chabon
12. Fruit: Mango
13. Hairstyle: 1920s pageboy (wish I could pull it off!)
14. Piece/s of clothing: Long socks
15. Clothes shop/s: Topshop
16. Season: Spring
17. Hobby: Shorinji Kempo
18. Things to collect: Vintage Handbags
19. Movie: Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
20. Restaurant: Cafe Rouge

I tag anyone who wants to share!


Mermaid said...

This is really neat. I think I might want to do this.

Sherin said...

Great answers. I love Sky Captain and the world of tomorrow. Its a brilliant movie.

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Leia said...

I really like the way you've done the mosaic :)
I love kitties, Dune shoes (even though I don't have any t-bars), cheese, mangoes (am stuffing myself on them as it's mango season in South Asia at the moment!), and Cafe Rouge...
What is Shorinji Kempo? I feel like I've asked you this before - is it a type of martial art? xx

Harriet said...

Mermaid - you should! I had loads of fun making the mosiac and thinking about all my favourite things *g*

Sherin & Leia - I already said this over in you blog but thank you so much for the blog award!

Leia - Shorinji Kempo is a Japanese martial art that I've studied at uni for the past couple of years (I was club captain this year too!). It's a rather odd mixture of self defence and zen buddhism, but it's loads of fun, and takes up all my time not spent working or blogging pretty much!

ps I am so jealous of you for the mangoes! My mum lived in Africa when she was a child and always talks about mango season there!