Summer Goodness – in the Fall

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“It’s difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato.”- Lewis Grizzard

 

22 thoughts on “Summer Goodness – in the Fall

  1. Oh, Robyn, I love the rich, full, delicious redness of this tomato. My mother used to grow all kinds of tomatoes, but I best remember Beefeater tomatoes. We’d be working in the yard and she’d pick off two tomatoes, wash them with the garden hose, and hand one to me. There was nothing better than chomping into it, eating it like a piece of fresh warm fruit. The juice and seeds ran down our chins, and we laughed.
    Thank you for this reminder!

    • So happy to know I jogged such pleasant memories for you Marylin! I can just imagine you and your wonderful mother eating your tomatoes straight from the garden! Thanks for taking time to share the memory with me! Blessings, Robyn

  2. I’ve just perused your last 25 or so posts…fabulous. I don’t usually have enough time after work to spend looking at others posts, but I’m glad I finally made the time! Love your style and editing!

    • Judy that is such a wonderful compliment to receive! I love your work so to know you appreciate mine as well is music to my ears! Thank you! Blessings, Robyn

  3. Oh I love tomatoes! And I love to mix them with mozzarella 😀
    btw, I really like the simple but appealing composition in this frame. Makes me want to shoot vegetables more often.
    Cheers,
    Charlie

    • Tomatoes, mozzarella and basil with a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar and I’m so happy! Thanks for your compliment and I’ll look forward to seeing the vegetables you shoot! Best, Robyn

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