One Word Sunday: Sugar

Well, Debbie showed us a photo of the Tate and Lyle factory on the banks of the Thames, so I’ve dug out a different shot I took of the place a few years ago

…and for another sugar shot, here’s an image of the Los Ingenios valley in Cuba, the Valley of the Sugar Mills

…and here is a ruined hacienda from that area:

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

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27 comments

  1. Nice sugar content, Sue. I used to see the Silvertown factory when I crossed on the Woolwich Ferry, back in the 70s. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. The evil that is sugar! 😦 😦 Good shots though.

    • Sue

      The evil that is sugar, indeed….I try to limit my consumption to eating some fruit, and the natural sugar within, and virtually no added sugar…avoiding eg cereals with sugar, cakes etc. And most of the time I succeed….

  3. Can’t resist the ruin, can you???? You have more success with sugar apparently! Do you give lessons?

  4. That valley shot is so lovely.

  5. I like your photos. One thing about sugar and all the other so-called evils in the world. It is up to us to use or not to use anything that is dangerous to our health and life.

  6. Nice photojournalistic triad on sugar here…
    – love how you showed another view of Deb’s shots –
    and the Cuba fields – so open and would make us think sugar should be nutrient dense – and then…
    the shack – made me wonder of the lives that used to fill that place – hm

  7. Sweet choices, Sue. 🙂

    janet

  8. Thanks for this trip back to Cuba. 🙂

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