Oh, those look SO good! I'm ready for one right now! Great shot!
Well, you sure know how to take a sweet photo...I'd write more but I've to go make a strawberry shortcake!
Looks so delicious ! Berries and logal icecream.
yummmm... that looks delicious!!
Here's to Summer Treats!Aloha my cousin Magic Eye;Namaste
Those berries really made a whole lot of difference. What a colourful treat!I have a tutorial for you about bigger photos in blogger, in case you need it.
c'est pas bon pour mon régime, mais cela donne envie ;o)it is not good for my regime, but it gives desire ;o)
this looks lip-licking delicious. I am salivating sitting in front of my computer in office.
Wow, delicious! maks me hungry:)
My dietician is gonna hate you dude for tempting me away from my diet strictness..lolNice colors though.
oh my my.... !!!!m i drooling or what...
Those ice creams look fabulous!
Looks delicious! My first entry is up as well. Hope to see you there :)Cheers,Nita
Is that a tease or what!Look's very yummy...:-)Did you eat all of them?...:-/ lol
This is really a sweet post! oh gosh! think about my diet!!!! Looks delicious and yummy! :-)Léia
They do look good and kinda good for you too right!
Looks delish.. I will have one of each please
Looks tasty. Perfect for a warm day:-)
Hi Magiceye! Would love to get some; it's hot outside and can't go to the beach!Now, The Republic of Uzupis. Never heard? Blogtrotter has it for you… ;) Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Wow, those look good! I love how they're served in drinking glasses, too.
i dont think i've seen anything more refreshing - this way of serving ice cream isnt available in greece - but i think it should be!
That looks really really good, but I think you will need to wear a bib to eat it:)
That looks very, very good!
i'm salivating just looking at this
Yum Yum Yum!Make one for me too I might be racing over to gobble one of these;))
Looks very tasty! And refreshing too. And of course, very Creamy! What are the darker berries on the one at the top? They look a little like mulberries, or possibly blackberries.