where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
August 24, 2015 § 33 Comments
colors and flavor developing
beneath the soil’s surface
Tagged: beets, carrots, development, earth, farm stand, macro, produce, root vegetables, roots, soil, surface
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What a gorgeous picture! Pip
So colorful and pretty
Great photo, nice presentation.
This is brilliant! And it reinforces the miracle of it all! 😊
beautiful picture….the words bring to life my amazement/wonderment of the growing process in the earth of the food we eat.
Great close-up with beautiful color. Our food presents the greatest color.
Lovely colors and shapes.
Makes me want to head into the kitchen! Lovely!
Yes, very beautiful display of colors, and your description is very poetic as well! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Ummm Ummm…tasty, and tastefully done.
That was pleasing to the senses.
It’s so easy to ignore life’s beautiful mysteries. Thank you for the happy jolt! I see again, at least for a while.
Beautiful post 😊
Reblogged this on My Bewildered Brain.
beautiful harvest, Catherine. 🙂 ❤
Yum. Colorful and delicious.
A harvest of beautiful colors. Love this.
Such beautiful, rich colours and interesting shapes!
I hear the crunch!! Yum.
Wonderful reminder of earth’s bounty
Like one part of a rainbow! Jane
Very beautiful photo.
Wonderful colors, great depth of field …
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