looks delicious, I have to make myself something like that for tomorrow... the photo has a nice lightning.
Mmmm, det ser lœkkert ud!!
so tiny and cute!
Your blog would be one of my favorites. Well, really, therefore, because here are so wonderful pictures. Just put your breath away ..It would also be nice if you could also look at my blog. Shooting is my passion, so it appears pretty much in my blog. I also know that you put a lot of links, but hey it's nice if someone so talented photographer to happen in my blog.Address: http://kaisatakespics.blogspot.com/Be aware that I'm Finnish, and therefore I write in Finnish. Fortunately, my blog is one of those pictures. And the picture please tell more than a thousand words ..A big thanks in advance! P.S. I regret terribly long comment.
Mmmm....you're a master baker! I can almost smell their loveliness from here! ;D
åh, tusan vad det ser gott ut.
you're really good to take photos, amazing!!
Woow, they're too cute for words!
Sv: Tack så hemskt mycket fina du!
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adorable little scones!
Scones, so tasty.X
The scones look so delicious. I love the photos on your blog. I just stumbled across it really randomly. Great photographyxxnicolepeiyi.blogspot.com
With a cup of coffe , ñaaam.
That looks delicious!
ohhh this looks delicious!Do you think you can post the recipe? That would be so nice I wanna try them by myself =)Thanks a lot!
it makes me hungry! i´d love to be able to smell them :D
They look scrumptious! I'm about to eat my computer screen.
Lovely photograph.I saw these on smittenkitchen and they made me think of something you would make on a rainy day.http://smittenkitchen.com/2008/11/apple-pancakes/Deb's blog is a great source for recipes and she takes great photos of the process.
Those scones look amazing - that is what I wish I was having for breakfast tomorrow!
simple but great !http://girlwithafrololo.blogspot.com/
kaisa: thank you so much! I will stop by your blog :)grey_bird: just google "scones", there must be tons of recipes! and instead of making them large just use a rolling pin to roll out the dough (about 2cm thick) and use a small glass (I used an eggcup, haha) to make little round shapes :)lisa: definitely looks like something I would do :)