Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Wednesday Links 072915

 
 Watched it ripen from my swing.
 
 
 
Just can't beat a fresh home ripened Tomato
 
 
As I drove to work and saw these hay bales I was reminded of
the snow donut phenomena which was new to our area last winter.
 
 
It took the tiger lilies to bring in the hummingbirds this year
 
This one reminds me of the stance of Mighty Mouse
from the old Saturday morning cartoon.
 
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13 comments:

  1. I truly enjoy home grown, fresh tomatoes. I could just eat them off the vine.

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  2. Hello Gayle, I love the homegrown tomatoes. YUM! And your hummer shots are gorgeous, I love the flowers too.
    Enjoy your day!

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  3. Love the juicy looking tomates adn the Hummeries are wonderful

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  4. Humming Bird shot was amazing!
    JM, IL

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  5. i like the snowballs to hay bales comparison. :)

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  6. I am fascinated by Hummingbirds. I have never actually seen one for real as we do not have them in the UK

    Mollyxxx

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  7. The hummers are awesome and I love your photos of the bird and the veggies!
    Have a Great Day!
    Peace :)

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  8. We are having a real winters night here - so tomatoes and humming birds are a reminder of the summer to come (not that we have hummers in Australia - but you know what I mean!)

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  9. Cute hummingbird! Nice to see Tiger Lilies that really ARE Tiger Lilies. A lot of people here call wild daylilies Tiger Lilies. Well, orange is orange, I guess.

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  10. Cool snow donuts! How interesting! Gorgeous hummer photos! And I am so jealous of that beautiful tomato!

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  11. We just brought in our first tomato to finish ripening...we are really slow compared to everyone else. LOVE those tiger lilies.

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  12. WE did not have the snow rollers last year, but we had some a few years ago...the one and only time I had ever seen them, and the first time I had heard of them.

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