Sunday, July 11, 2010

Straight Out of the Camera Sunday


It is Straight Out of the Camera time again.  There are just two rules:  1) photo must be taken by you, and 2) no tweaking.



Peaches on the backyard tree just before picking.  I froze about 24 cups of peaches this year; and while not sure, I think hubby may have eaten another 24 cups.  I'd bring in a full basket and the next morning it would be about 1/2 full.  lol  The peaches in this area are small but the flavor is big, big, big. (Hey, what do you expect from a Texan?  We are always bragging about one thing or another.  However, Alaska becoming a state kind of put a crimp in the "big" brag.) 

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Until next time, God bless.

14 comments:

DJan said...

They look exceptionally wonderful! Now I'm hungry...

wenn said...

wow, such juicy-looking peaches!

ilanadavita said...

You may not have hydrangeas but you have nice looking peaches.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Oh they look delicious. Aren't you lucky to have your own tree.

Valerie@composition-life said...

Hey Lynn - Thanks for stopping by! Love your photo of the peaches - I can almost taste a peach pie looking at them! Have a good week!

Ashley Sisk said...

These look yummy - I'd like to see those in a cobbler. YUM!!!!!

hip-chick said...

mmm they look good. I love fresh peaches.

Jan said...

They sure do look yummy.

AL said...

Hmmm, make some peach pies for me.

lisaschaos said...

Oh my gosh! those are huge and look SO good!

EG Wow said...

These look so much tastier than the ones I see on my local grocery store shelves.

Lynn said...

It is the alkaline soil that makes our peaches so incredibly tasty I presume. :D We have to amend the soil with a lot of compost for all other fruits and veggies.

Dave said...

i love peaches, excellent shot.

SquirrelQueen said...

Those look really juicy and delicious. I haven't found any good ones here yet.