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January 17, 2010


With all the snow on the ground you would think that I would be thinking about winter things, skies, sleds, staying warm.  Unfortunately this is the time of year that my mail box is stuffed with gardening magazines.
I can't even begin to think about what to plant in my garden if I can even see it.  Kind of the old adage, out of site out or mind.
I am reminded daily of the bounties that I have been blessed with every time I bring a bottle of last season harvest to the table.
Perhaps, now that I think about it, now is a very good time to start planning for spring.
Peas, nope.
Bean, perhaps.
Corn, let the neigbors do those.
Tomatoes, deffinantly.
Potatoes, that is a silly question.  Idaho, potatoes, they are defiantly in.

Camera: Nikon D90
Exposure: 0.006 sec (1/160)
Aperture: f/2.8
Focal Length: 50 mm
Focal Length: 50.4 mm
ISO Speed: 250
Exposure Bias: -2 EV


BobbieCoughlin said...

Jams always seem to to to be summer in a jar.

Clara said...

Great colors and great DOF. Looks very homey and comforting.

Anonymous said...

I love homemade can send some my way! :) Love the summertime colors and what fabulous depth in this!

Anonymous said...

It is really nice to have some "summer" in the middle of winter. Nice job.

Sue said...

I love the thought of having a larder full of homemade goodies...mostly it is just in the freezer. beautiful colours.

Anonymous said...

I love the shot and your musings about readying for spring planting...