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Such a strange picture - I cannot get my head around the two elements that you tend not to see together in the same frame - very good.K
Hello Karen - this is what happens when you have a small garden!
Hi Lucy, well that's your Christmas card sorted. Gary
Hello Gary.Well - I did use the top of a squash for a Christmas Card.http://picturesjustpictures.blogspot.com/2008/10/green-squash.html(Turned it black and white.)So maybe this year it will be tomato baubles!
Such and interesting shot. I would make a great Christmas card. :):)
Hello Dibear. Seems as if the card side of Christmas is organised then!Now for making the presents!Lucy
"this is what happens when you have a small garden!" - and a poor Summer. My Dad's didn't ripen either.
Morning Hermes.The 'small garden' bit was meaning the way plants get tangled with each other . . . but these tomatoes did ripen (in the end!) and have been eaten (by me!).I took the photo on the last day of August when a bit of colour should have been showing but wasn't . . . then we suddenly had a brief September summer and things caught up. Don't think the flavour of late ripenings is as good as earlier ones though.If I do use this as a Christmas card . . . it will give the impression that Dorset is very VERY much behind with its seasons!Lucy
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