I couldn’t help but think of the photos I took at the farmers’ market and the many layers of veggies I found.
And then there’s this pile of cukes from an abundant crop:
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Wonderful layers! :-)
Delicious… and look at all those colours!
yes, fun colors! thanks :)
I have been craving a BLT all day and now the craving is worse. Great colors.
ah, one of our favorite meals of late. in fact, that’s on the menu for this week. yum. thanks for stopping by!
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Good choice for the challenge! Great colors!!
thanks Tina! appreciate it :)
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I love farmers markets. It would be nice to see more close ups (we’re talking macro photography) as that would be an interesting way to exploit the natural layers in vegetables. Lettuce, onions, leafy greens, etc–all good layered veggies. A flash-less picture is striking too. Keep taking photos!
many thanks for your comments! excellent suggestion to take up close photos of veggies. I do that with flowers but not with veggies so much. I will add that to my “repertoire” ;)
I look forward to it
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Huge cucumbers! or a close-up pic… Lovely shots though :) I love seeing others’ lives.
they were ginormous cukes! that was last year or the year before. this year we had hardly any cukes due to the neighbor growing pumpkins on our shared fence. cukes got no light :( ah well, there’s always next year! thanks for your kind comments.
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