Snowy quilts now cover the gardens, but I remember summer’s bounty
Glossy purple eggplants, leafy green artichoke buds, and garlic cloves wrapped in crisp colorful coverings
Rainbow shades of plump tiny tomatoes
I remember the fresh taste of cool cucumbers, the crunchiness of celery, and the sweet snap of carrots
Smooth rounded new potatoes, rough deep red beets, and elongated pods of green beans
Winter is on our doorstep, but I look forward to the tastes, textures, and colorful tones of summer’s bounty
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge (LAPC) – On Display
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Beautiful colors in these shots….the ONLY vegetable I will not eat is an eggplant, but the color is fantastic.
Thanks and I agree with you on eggplants. Something about the texture…
Your adjectives and veggie descriptions reminds me a “stone soup” book I have – in this version the veggies have reich adjectives like your tasty ones – and nice photos too
Thanks and I remember a short version of that story. One of my favorites!
I was hoping someone would include farm-fresh veggies Siobhan. We sure miss them when winter settles in. Looking rly images in this one
Looking rly???? What the heck!! It was meant to be “lovely”
Auto correct has some interesting interpretations on things. 😉
Thanks! We sure do miss them in winter.
Beautiful colors and textures! I love the tasty veggies. 🙂 🍅🍆🥦🌽
Thanks and yes, they are tasty!
Thanks for these delicious summer memories, Siobhan! Wonderful.
You are welcome!
Wished my garden kicked all that out. Next year I’m just going for Taco Plants.
Taco plants? Sounds good!