Twist

For this week’s dip into the old Daily Post Photo Challenge archive, Krista highlights the word “Twist”.

From the unexpected to the surprising, she says it is full of meaning.

I turn to my husband and ask, “What’s the first thing you think of when I say twist?”

“Ice cream,” he says.

It was a warm summer last year.

We bought these giant ice creams near Bayswater station.

We had to eat them quickly before they melted all over our hands.

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