Monday, November 17, 2014

Fruit and veggies...


(edited with Kim's derek texture, screen mode, 20% opacity and Kim's rest texture, overlay, 20% opacity)

A wooden bowl from Ghana, West Africa and some locally grown apples....

(edited with Kim's traverse texture, multiply mode, 50% opacity)

(edited with Kim's 1011 texture, hard light, 50% opacity, PicMonkey's yestercolor, 20%)

...and some veggies I put in our homemade stew.
Sometimes the simplest things make the prettiest pictures.

(edited with PicMonkey's tranquil, 50% and Kim's just a touch texture, hard light, 50%)


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25 comments:

  1. Just lovely. I bought a bag of Pacific Rose apples yesterday and thought of you. ;) And here you are posting photos of apples.

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    1. Ah, that's sweet that you thought of me!

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  2. You're right. The simplest things make the prettiest pictures! Lovely, Elizabeth.

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  3. i love apples .. lately we've been devouring a frightening amount of honeycrisp apples .. with goat cheese, crackers, in smoothies, made into a yummy topping with cinnamon over oatmeal, or plain (just the fruit).

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    1. oh... and with an aged english cheddar (my favorite!!)

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    2. Oh, all of your ideas are so yummy!

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  4. You are right - the simplest, everyday things make beautiful pictures. And your images are so beautiful!

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  5. Oh my, that second picture looks like I could just reach out, grab it, and take a big ole crunchy bite--love, love, love!

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  6. I'll look for a follow-up post with a recipe for those veggies in a stew! It's cold here in Virginia and I'm seeking those comfort foods - vegetable stew and baked apples - inspired by your beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thanks, Donna! The recipe for the stew is already on my blog. Just look on the side bar and click on Homemade Beef Stew.

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  7. That is a pretty bowl-the dark shows off the apples beautifully.

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    1. I do love my Ghanian bowl! Thanks for coming by!

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  8. Oh my, those apples look like a painting! Lovely texturing. I so really love the bowl too!

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  9. I really like that last shot of the veggies --just the perfect amount of light from your light source (the window?). Conjures up an image of a well-lit kitchen. :)

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    1. The light is from the window over the kitchen sink. Thanks so much for your kind encouragement!

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  10. The focus on that beautiful rich detailed bowl is just gorgeous, each one of your images are top notch and sigh....lovely. Love the vegetables.

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  11. Beautiful series of still lifes. Love the texture!

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  12. The pink tone of those apples is divine!

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