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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Produce-in Pictures

Take one farm stand. Add lots of veggies. Add tons of flowers. Add one camera totting blogger, obsessed with photography. Now, what do you get? Noooo....they did not call the police. They just shake their heads, cluck their tongues and say, "Here comes that crazy blond with the wild hair who photographs tomatoes. Humor her." Sooo, what do you get? Okay. Didn't you do the math? Surely you do not expect ME to do it. We have been over this before. I. DO. NOT. DO. MATH. So don't ask me what it adds up to. I'm stumped. In the meantime, here are a few pictures for you....

14 comments:

Pamela said...

I'm going to have to open a flikr account to star loading up my photos I'm just like you. That camera is starting to grow on my neck.

Jolene George said...

Those photos are AMAZING Seriously!!!
Tell Grace I am so impressed with her artistic talents. She is so creative.
Thank you so much for the nice award. I do remember when you started blogging. I liked you instantly. I didn't need time to get to know you. I could see what was in your heart with every post you made and every comment on my blog. You are a wonderful dear friend.

TK Angels said...

You know I love to take pictures-But I am not as good as you. Keep up the good work!!

Take care,
See you Monday
Love,
Terri

Penny Carlson said...

I am new to your blog and love it. These pictures are gorgeous! It must be butterfly time because I just posted a butterfly pictureon my blog two days ago! I will be back often!
Penny

Sheila said...

Beautiful photos!!
By the way Sue, I just wanted to say how much I LOVE listening to your music when I come to you blog! "Here Comes the Sun" is the first song I hear, and it sure brightens my day! (it's kind of a catchy tune... who sings it anyway? ;)
I have a playlist like this on my myspace page; maybe I should put it on my blog page too!

Mom2fur said...

Your pictures are so beautiful! They belong in a coffee table book. They're so crisp and clear and professional.
Oh, and thanks for stopping by my blog and the comment on the little vintage dress!

Mama P said...

Man, that fruit! Yum! I've been a bit distant with my blogs lately as my son's tics are back and I'm up in arms. We're not sure if it's Tourettes or what. Neurologist on Friday. I'm trying the diet route - like more of this fruit and less processed food and tv. We'll see if it helps. Just didn't want to get into it on my blog. But thanks for listening and think good thoughts for him.

wendy said...

Sue, fantastic pics, and I love the music on your blog. A daily visit to Sue makes me smile ;-)

Dawn Bibbs said...

Maybe it's a good thing you don't live here in Georgia...folks down here take their tomator and flower growin VERY seriously!!! LOL You might mess around and get your sweet little self locked up!!! (just kidding)

The pictures are BEAUTIFUL!!! I'm loving those flowers!!!

PAT said...

O good, I see lots to read here, today! I'm going to sit back, relax and enjoy!

Love those zinnias...they are so pretty, easy to grow and make wonderful bouquets!

Pat

Sugar Bear said...

Love farm stands! We have several in our town. Your photos are so awesome - you should enter them in contests!
Karla

Kari said...

Pretty pictures! And now, since you've shown me pictures of food, I'm off to raid the fridge. Thanks a lot. Some friend you've turned out to be. I'll be back when I'm done devouring everything that doesn't move fast enough to get out of my way. (Good thing my little dog is quick - even he's looking pretty good right now!) lol

Gretchen said...

Gorgeous pictures! Magazine worthy.

Sasooka said...

Summer's bounty - LOVE IT! Great photos.