Saturday, November 01, 2008

Food Glorious Food


OK, well sorta.
I mean, all these things that I shot at a local Farmer's Market can eventually be food!

Now playing, in order of appearance:

Rainbow Swiss Charley Chard

Betty Beets

Cornball Bob
and Carol Carrrots








Do check out the other Round Robin Participants of this yummy assignment at:
Carly's Blog!
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22 comments:

Bridgett said...

I had no idea chard looked like that!

Very colorful pictures...and it's dinner time here, so it's making me a little hungry.

XOXO

Far Side of Fifty said...

Beautiful Photos! :)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Hi Nancy, I noticed that you had a ? Blogger will only load so many photos at one time. After those are loaded and you plop them on your page you can load more! Hope that helps:)

Martha said...

Oh man, there's that pretty chard I tried to grow - it sprouted but never grew. I can't wait to try again in the spring. Love your photos! :-)

Carly said...

Hi Nancy

BEAUTIFUL BEAUITFUL BEAUTIFUL! I love the shots you took of the fresh ingredients! Very nicely done, very colorful. Applause, applause!

Always, Carly

ADM DESIGN'S said...

Wonderful photos

Indigo said...

Loved the showing! A fine feast to the eyes...(Hugs)Indigo

gina said...

so colorful! great job.

BosieLadie said...

Great photos! I've been wanting to go downtown to Boise's Farmer's Market to get some freeze frames of the colors and sights. You did a great job.
Cheryl

Linda :) said...

Very Colorful!!

Cindy said...

they all look so good! i like the way you photographed them in big bunches :)

xo

splummer said...

Hi!
Great Photos! Very colorful! And I would say it was food! Thanks for stopping by my place. Take Care!!

Sherrie

Jimmy's Journal said...

You know I always have random quips race through my mind when I visit your amazingly witty posts, to wit:

...I have similar pictures of Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice....

...I dated both Betty Beets and Carol Carrots and both were easily stewed....

...at the formal dinner hosted by Bob and Carol, their son was not participating in the devotion prior to the start of the meal forcing Carol to turn to her son and admonish, "Lettuce, PRAY !"...

(Ok, the last one was a stretch)

Jimmy

Wammy said...

I always thought chard was dark green. Next time I go to the farmer's market I am going to look for some of this colorful stuff. Ncihe job with this shoot.

Ourhomeschool said...

Fantastic pictures! Great colors. ;o)

maryt/theteach said...

Great shots, Nancy! The table on my blog was my niece-in-law's beautidul table! :)

Ann LRD said...

WonderfulNancy! I love veggy gardens:)

Ann

Sandra said...

Love the colors, thanks for sharing!

Heather said...

those are so vibrant in color! i love them! nice shots, as usual, Nance :]

Robin said...

Amazing!

Karen Funk Blocher said...

How colorful! I especially like the chard. But what does it taste like?

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