Jake’s theme this week is to show some photos of our idea of arrangements, be it people, things or places. I guess that most things look better if some thought is given to the way they are arranged. No-one would appreciate their meal being served as a horrible mess of ingredients. It looks far more appetising like this.
Desserts can be arranged so beautifully too; almost too pretty to eat. 🙂
Whilst we’re on the subject of food, Here is something which I found quite tempting, but not wanting to spoil the careful arrangement of these calorific treats, I managed to resist the temptation. 😉
However, this gorgeous arrangement of healthy fresh fruit, was soon devoured without a guilty conscience.
The art of stained glass windows requires careful placement and arrangement of hundreds of small pieces of coloured glass, as in these lovely examples at Chichester Cathedral in England.
Retailers need to arrange their wares in an ordered and appealing manner. Vegetables look so much better when thought is given to their arrangement.
Even boring old cleaning stuff and pesticides can be arranged to look attractive.
Of course the absolute and ultimate expert at arranging things perfectly, is Mother Nature. You really can’t fault her judgement, can you? 😕
Karsts along the Li River.
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
To see Jake’s arrangement animations, and links to other responses to the challenge, just click here.
Wonderful Nature’s and the healthy vegetables all, I love most vegetables watermelon – and as boiled broccoli with plenty of garlic and beans!
Thanks, Stefan. I’m glad to hear that you eat healthy. 🙂
Mars Triple Choco. And you dare to publish this without blinking… cruel lady! 😉
Your photos are excellent for the challenge, AD 😀
Hehehe……glad you enjoyed the tempting photos. 🙂
Fabulous arrangement @Adin…mmmm..yumi 🙂
Thanks so much. 😀
super choices ad, we do like to see our food arranged well, but cleaning products? you are brilliant!
Thanks, Christine. I love the word ‘brilliant’. 😀
Those desserts are to die for!
Yes they were, and I ate them all. 🙂
These are some very nice “arrangements,” the first one is my favorite. I’m a total food lover 🙂
Thanks, TG. I would never have guessed. 🙂
HA! You crack me up. I’m a mystery like that 🙂
Now if you could just arrange for the dessert to be delivered . . . 🙂
Hahaha….I’m afraid it was eaten in a flash, Gilly. 🙂
I absolutely love Mother Nature’s arrangements. How incredibly beautiful! 😀
Me too, Dianne.Unbeatable. 🙂
Tracked you down, at last! Do you realise you didn’t link to Jake, Ad? Not that it matters cos we’ve all found you anyway, but Jake might not?
Love the naughty desserts. I would just look, so as not to spoil them. Honest!
Thanks so much, Jo. I posted in rather a hurry, as I was travelling. Jake did find me pretty early on. 🙂
The green veggies grab me for some reason, of all those fabulous shots 😀
Thanks, Madhu. They do look extra fresh, don’t they? 🙂
Beautiful photos – love the greens and the plate of delicious fruit served on the beach – but I would, wouldn’t I? 🙂
Thanks, Anne, Yes, you would like the healthy stuff. 🙂
Great post! From man-made to Mother Nature, you “arranged” a great experience for us 🙂
Thanks so much, Suzanne. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Good job Sylvia.. is that calamari in the first shot? I could do with some of that now, followed by those desserts. 😛
Thanks, Adrian. Yes, Calamari. I love it too. 🙂
Well done ad, love you choices.
Thanks so much, Hopestar. 🙂 Hugs to you too.
‘No-one would appreciate their meal being served as a horrible mess of ingredients.’
So that’s where I’ve been going wrong all these years!
(I’m not ordinarily much of a desert person but that one looks amazing!)
Bwahahaha……..remind me not to accept your dinner invitation, should I receive one. 😀
The second last photo, Li River, looks like I used to imagine the Land of Hobgoblins to look like, AD! They are all excellent examples of arrangements.
Thanks, adee. The Land of Hobgoblins? Guess they would be Thai ones. 🙂
Love the variety of these arrangements … plus both man-made and natural. I assume you are safely in the UK.
Thank so much, Frank. Yes, we’re here on Mud Island, snow and everything cold. 😯
The last two pics are my favourite. Beautiful.
Thanks, Tilly. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Gorgeous arrangements AD!!!
Thanks so much. 🙂
That Li River one is partucularly stunning. I thought karst formations characterized caves – were those bumpy hills formed in the same way?
Thanks, Col. Yes, I believe the karsts are caused by erosion, just as the caves are.
Beautiful arrangements. Thank you dear AD, love, nia
Thanks so much, Nia. 🙂
Wonderfull selection for the theme AD 🙂
Thanks, Chris. 🙂
Great set of photos once more… and you walked away from the chocolates??? what self control…
Thanks so much. Yes, I am very occasionally able to resist temptation. 🙂
Those stained glass windows are amazing 🙂
Yes they are, Tandy. Such a lot of work in them. 🙂
Great gallery of ‘Arrangement’.. superb.. 🙂
– such yummy meals… made me hungry.. 😆 –
Thanks, Bams. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
nature has a magnificent way of arranging things 🙂 lovely collection of photos, very nice 🙂
Thanks so much, Elizz. 🙂
That was a fun gallery of arrangements. Nicely done!
Thanks, Ruth. 🙂
Love all the pics,the one for dessert reminded me of the show I love to watch master chef,how a simple dish can turn into a work of art.
Thanks, Matron. I find that the more beautiful the presentation, the better it tastes. 🙂
Great pictures – of course I especially like the chocolate bars!
Thanks, meg. Me too. 🙂
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Wow….wonderful arrangement selections
Thanks so much. 🙂
I love this variety of arrangements, Sylvia. There are so many different arrangements by humans and Mother Nature as well; I guess we all want to make some order of our world. I love the karsts and Victoria Falls. And to think we really do arrange everything from greens to pesticides. What a juxtaposition. 🙂
Thanks, Cathy. Yes, when you think about it, everything on earth is an arrangement of some description, even the worst dressed people have arranged it that way. 🙂
LOL, you are so right!
your background photo has one of the most fantastic arrangements of buildings also
Good comment. I hadn’t thought of that one. 🙂
I like how you choose each picture to match the theme. They are great pictures too.
Thanks so much. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Nice post for the theme. Mother Nature sets a gorgeous pattern, doesn’t she? 🙂 Happy Sunday to you.
Thanks so much, Imelda. Hope you have a great week. 🙂
As always, this story was awesome!
Thanks so much. 🙂
I love your site and want as many people as possible to see it, so I gave you a shout out on my blog yesterday. Keep up the wonderful work, I’m excited to learn from you.
Wonderful selections of arrangements. Nice job!
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thanks, Francine. 🙂
Very well arranged gallery …. My favorite must be the photo with all the different lettuce.
Thanks, Viveka. Love that you’re a health-nut. 🙂
I’m not a health-nut, sorry … but I love greens .. and I love things that look fresh. *smile
Awesome photos! the dessert looks amazing and specially the dish 😉
Thanks, Andy. The dessert was very delicious. 🙂
Where do you live, lol? That first dish looks pretty darn appetizing to me. Love the photos. 🙂 Paulette
I live in Florida where I ate the dessert, and also in South Africa, where I had the Calamari. 🙂 Thanks so much, Paulette.(What a pretty name!)
Magnificent again…. as usual! 😀
Thanks so much, Gunta. 🙂
Beautiful photography collection for this week topic,Thanks for sharing my friend 🙂
Thanks, Jake. 🙂
Wonderful Nature’s and the healthy vegetables arrangement my friend.:)
Thanks so much, Yen-Yen. 🙂