Sunday, June 28, 2009

Straight Out of the Camera Sunday

I am afraid that I've gotten carried away with photos for Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, a meme at Murrieta 365. SOOC is for those photos you have taken that are so perfect no tweaking is needed. There is no theme for SOOC Sunday. I took several photos this week that required no tweaking except to jpg optimize for a quicker download.

This one was an accident but love the delicate blue sky with fluffy, white clouds.

A visiting Los Angelian taking a walk in the Onion Creek Farm corn field. Onion Creek opens a farm stand every Friday. Marianne at the farm ran out of jalapeno peppers that a customer wanted. She grabbed her straw hat, her gloves, a basket, and walked out to pick the peppers for her customer. It was neat.

Fried green tomatoes, anyone? Rows and rows of tomatoes at Onion Creek Farm filled with green tomatoes that should be ripe by next week. I can hardly wait. Around this house, a really good dinner consists of sliced, fresh-off-the-vine tomatoes, onions, and corn on the cob. Yum.

This flower looked a little strange in the veggie field. I did not realize it when I took the photo, but I think it is among a row of basil.
Pico and friend after yesterday's round-up and transfer to the neighbor's pasture.

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Until next time, God bless.

10 comments:

Jan said...

You did go a little crazy, but in a good way. I love all of your photos and the story they tell.

Donna said...

I Love the cloud!! To me, it's in the shape of a heart!!Ahhh...
We love vine tomatoes in the Summer time!! Taste fantastic!! Happy Sunday sweetie!hughugs

chicamom85 said...

Beautiful photos.

Anne

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Lovely photos! Love vine ripened tomatoes. We will have some soon! Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://splummer-aviewofmylife.blogspot.com/2009/06/straight-out-of-camera_28.html

Rae said...

Pico is becoming a blog hog. He is finding a way to get his handsome self into everyone of your posts.

It is too bad that big puffy cloud doesn't give you some rain for those veggie plants down there. And yes I will take some of those fried green tomatoes. Yum.

SquirrelQueen said...

I don't think you went overboard, I love them all. The cloud is wonderful, you know how much I love clouds.

Judy

Julie said...

All the shots are great and I can't wait until our tomatoes are ready to eat. They just can't get any better then home grown.

AL said...

The clouds looks great! I thought it looks like Sasha...just stare at it. LOL:)

AL

Lynn said...

Rae, it does look like Pico is the star for the week. We've been doing more with the cattle since it is so hot and dry.

SQ, it was a surprise to see the sky photo after downloading. I did not take deliberately. Maybe a camera gremlin snapped it when I wasn't looking. :D

Julie, you are so lucky your tomatoes are producing. I'm not having much luck with my five bushes. But as you can see, I have a really good source near by. Tomato and cheese sandwiches are are a favorite of ours too.

diane said...

Hi Lynn,
Dropped by after catching a post about Fredericksburg. Have a friend who has a barn there during Trade Days. She says I need to come see it and trade days!
Take care~
diane