Saturday, July 25, 2009

Straight Out of the Camera Sunday

Pop over to Murietta 365's site for more Straight Out of the Camera Sunday shots. No tweaking is done to the photos that are perfect when downloaded from the camera.
I saw this little darling when at Trade Days in Fredricksburg, Texas last weekend. How about that bow?!

This is the first cantaloupe from my garden. We will cut it tomorrow.

Until next time, God bless.

15 comments:

DJan said...

Now THAT'S a bow! Wonderful shot, and I can almost taste that cantaloupe. I'm sure I can smell it from here; it's ready! Enjoy!

Jeanne said...

That is just a precious picture. She's cute as can be. Mine's here:
http://jeanne-project365-2009.blogspot.com/2009/07/july-25th-straight-out-of-camera.html

Annie said...

both look delicious!

;-)

thanks for your visit and words to my post Lynn..

The Laughing Idiot said...

She's adorable! I can't believe she can hold her head up with all that ribbon on top :)

I'd love to see you at my blog: Picture This . . .

Carletta said...

My little granddaughter would not under any circumstances leave that on her head. :)
A darling image from your camera.
That's a good looking melon. Fresh from your garden - how nice.

AL said...

Wow look at that bow!

Your cantaloupe is the juicy variety, we also grow them here and do you make cantaloupe juice from it?

Mama Mel said...

That bow is super cute! Your cantaloupe looks great too! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I don't really have any garden secrets for my basil... I think the AZ sun helps out, but I also have a drip system that helps with the watering part. I used organic soil mixed with AZ soil, and I added some helpful worms. :) Happy gardening!

Lynn said...

FWIW, I've tried to post comments on all the participating bloggers in the Farmer's Market Challenge. Something is out of whack on Blogger. com for me. I am not even sure I can post this comment from my own blog. I'll see when I try to publish. I cannot do anything on the layout for I wanted to link to Baby Stellan.

I loved all the various farmer's markets and was very impressed with the variety offered.

kate said...

I love that bow! I'll try to find one for my little girl, but I bet it'll be off in a second and in her mouth!
-kate

http://holdfastseeker.blogspot.com

Jan said...

That bow is stupendous. Love the capture. Hope your melon is as good as it looks.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Great shots! She's adorable with her bow and the cantaloupe looks yummy! Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://splummer-aviewofmylife.blogspot.com/2009/07/straight-out-of-camera_26.html

SquirrelQueen said...

Now that is a super sized bow! I can't believe she hasn't pulled it out.

I'll bet that cantaloupe is very sweet and juicy, enjoy.

Judy

Lynn said...

I never once saw the little darling put her hand up near the bow. That is one of the reasons it attracted me besides being the biggest bow ever. lol

Just cut two cantaloupes from the garden; the second one is as big as the one in the photo. I like cut into bite-sized pieces and store in a Tupperware container. One is a bit sweeter than the other, but both are delicious. And, I know the melons are organically grown!

charmine said...

That is a beautiful bow on a lovely child's head.Cantaloupe is called musk melon here,eaten with a little honey.Thanks for coming by.

Daisy Soap Girl said...

She is so cute and the cantalope is not bad looking either.