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Thursday, September 6, 2012


It was foggy this morning!
The moisture hung on everything, even the tomato plants!



42 comments:

  1. Those tomatoes better hurry up and ripen, Fall is on it's way! :)

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    1. Do you still have lots of green ones? I picked probably 20 red ones today but there are lots more to ripen!

      When the time for ripening has past, I'll have to make some fried green ones. I usually do that as the end of the garden celebration. ha.

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    2. my plants are looking sad and more dead than alive. I was out there today and noticed a few red ones but I think I will just get rid of them. The pepper plants though are huge and I picked a whole bunch today.

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    3. My zucchini and cucumber are done. They always get some kind of mildew or fungus that kills them off early. My peppers and jalapenos are still going strong. I think more salsa is going to be made this week.

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    1. Yes, you were!! Pat and Gloria both will give you a scowl! hahaha.

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    2. haha they might. I always get a chuckle out of their competition :)

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    3. Ah, look...Gloria was nice. Pat will probably be more cynical. lol....

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    4. All Pat has to say
      Is pffffft to your first display

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  3. oh those tomato plants are late for ht season arent they? was rainy today...but really foggy here yesterday...nice capture betsy

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    1. No, not in Ohio. September is the month for tomatoes here...we're just starting!

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  4. This picture is amazing! betsy aah I love your camera take the flowers birds and others akways beautiful.:)

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    1. thanks, Gloria...the zoom on it is what makes the nice photos, I think. I still can't take pictures if it's too dark, though! haha...I need to read the instruction manual! haha.

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    2. Yes I learned too with my camera now but some things I dont know still I dont read the manual lol

      Betsy what beautiful towel kitchen in your Etsy shop did you know I make crochet?

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    3. I want to learn crochet! Wish you lived close so you could teach me!

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    4. I would like too I learned with my grand ma many years ago:)

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    5. It is such a nice thing to know. I think it's beautiful! Do you knit, too?

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    6. Yes sometimes I knit too when the kids where little I made sweaters for them lol

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  5. Great shot....I noticed some new flowers on my tomato plant here at home...I was surprised, as I have REALLY neglected them, but I guess that rain yesterday did the trick...

    I can teach you how to crochet...hop on a plane...I'll pick you up!!! hahaha....:o)
    Enjoy the rest of your evening...

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I think mine perked up with the rain, too! We needed it so badly!

      Catching the next flight....haha...oh, how I wish!

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  6. Bought tomatoes from the store today...they looked pretty good, but not anything like from your own garden. Beautiful shot of the moisture...we had a surprise rain today.

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    1. A surprise rain...how nice! I always love that..it's like God watered the garden and flowers for me! ;)

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  7. You posted about tomatoes today, too! Great minds think alike.

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  8. I can almost smell that tomato plant your photo is so good!!

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  9. Ok... Betsy...I did NOT know that a tomato could be cute.
    I will have to look next time & see. LOL 8~)

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  10. That picture is so awesome in how we could actually see the dewdrops on the tomato plant along with the little hairs growing on the stems. Really cool and indeed you do have a very nice camera. I know what you mean about reading those manuals, if they are more than a few pages than I think I fall asleep in the middle of reading them. And fried green tomatoes are so yummy. I hope you take pictures of when you make them.

    God bless.

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    1. Oh, I know...and my camera manual is thick! I'd fall asleep for sure! haha.

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  11. So it was fog?
    Or your great deal of smog?
    Could contaminate if it is the later too.
    Then you'd have glowing tomatos at your zoo haha

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  12. I love the sunflower farm photo. Maybe I'll try that next year. Wouldn't that be fun?

    We got buckets of rain on Tuesday afternoon!

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    1. yes, you should find one near you...take some 'flowers' with you. They would blend right in! ha.

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  13. Wonderful photo...such detail! My tomatoes, alas, are all finished for the season; but I enjoyed them while they were here.

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    1. Well, Ohio is always a bit later than you warmer states! We'll still be in the depths of winter when you all are breaking out the flip flops! haha.

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  14. they look a bit like weeds at first! Nice photo though!

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    1. haha..they do a little bit, don't they!

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  15. I never knew the flowers could be so pretty.

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    1. yeah, they really aren't noticed, are they...we're waiting for the fruit! ha.

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  16. I love the "hair" on plants in this type of closeup!

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