7.25.2010


Summer's Bounty

The true harvest of my daily life is somewhat as intangible and indescribable as the tints of morning or evening.
It is a little star dust caught,
a segment of the rainbow which I have clutched.
~Henry David Thoreau

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19 comments:

Leah C said...

Oh yum!! Love the colors together{oh, and I love eating tomatoes:}

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Those colors, turquoise, I can almost taste that tomato.

Jen

Naquillity said...

a BIG slice of fresh tomato on a hamburger would be great right about now. love those colors together. hope all is well.

leavesnbloom said...

and oh how sweet they will taste aswell. Like the combination of colours aswell.

:-D Rosie

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Scrumptious. For me there's nothing better than tomatoes and corn on the cob for a quick and sweet bite for lunch.

Traci said...

Deliciously colorful!

Thank you so much for your encouragement and kind words - I have activated my e-mail under my profile, but had trouble finding yours now. You're very sweet!

Bernie said...

I am going to make a tomato sandwich for my supper....thank you for this lovely picture. Many prayers for Shauna.....:-) Hugs

Marcie said...

Gorgeous colors! Love the contrasting reds and blues.

Tracy said...

"...star dust caught..." Oh, I love that--YES! Summer's tomatoes...mmm... I miss really good tomatoes. Tough growing those here, due to climate. But we're eating lots of salads & kale! Planning to show homegrown at mt photo blog this week--so much good eating! Happy Days, Chas :o) ((HUGS))

Jacob said...

One of the things I miss most about the midwest is the ability to obtain really good tomatoes in the summer...the ones we get here are never the same. This photo makes my mouth water.

Re your comment on The Villages...that photo was processed with a Photoshop action. Works pretty well.

lisaschaos said...

Now I just need a big fat juicy burger to put them on! They look very yummy!

Small City Scenes said...

Oh how I love to pick a sun ripened Tomato right out of the garden and eat it like an Apple----or make a tomato sandwich on 9 grain bread. Oh YuM!! MB

michael said...

My mouth is watering at the thought of a real tomato. The grow your own kind are so much better than those things they sell in the supermarket.

Kala said...

Lovely composition. They look mouth-wateringly delicious.

Nancy E said...

Love the photo! Red & Blue --- Tomatoes are my favorite veg! Great quote too -- nicely done.

N
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Manang Kim said...

Great capture! I've been waiting for ours to ripe too. Summer fun!

Macro Monday~Butterfly

Lisa said...

Beautiful colors! The tomatoes are amazing!
Hugs, Lisa

Lesa said...

Perfect! This photo would be right at home in organic gardening magazine!

breezelife said...

gorgeous color!