Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Round, orange objects

My camera died and has been in the shop for a few weeks. It's all better now, thank goodness. 
The repair order states, "Cleaned mud and dirt out of camera interior."  
I can understand how a little dirt might work its way in there, but the mud remains a mystery.

Anyway, I walked around yesterday taking a few shots to make sure everything worked properly.
Nothing blog-worthy was happening, but these three share a theme: round, orange objects.

The curve-billed thrasher I promised not to pester while she sat on her nest,
so I used my extra-long lens.


The one-a-day tomato plant, or at least that's the rate at which these have been ripening so far.
None have made it into a salad. I eat them the moment I pick them. 


The one and only Smooch.



6 comments:

  1. My tomatoes are similarly treated. My family thinks there is something wrong this year. Ummmm, not really. I'm just hungry and treating myself to a little nature candy...

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  2. I am surprised they didn't find more in that camera! It's been everywhere. Smooch looks great, such a sweetheart. I can't wait for my tomatoes to ripen, yum

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  3. Nice study with your now cleaned and ready to go favorite camera.

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  4. Your camera is new again! Nice warm up shots. Elevated space with lots of coneflowers and black eyed susans. Retaining wall, redbud tree, lots of stuff. There is a cherry tomato plant near where I park car. Easy reach. Pick and pop into mouth when one is ready, or almost ready. Really just falls off when touched. Summer time.

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  5. I really, really love fresh tomatoes but my favorite orange of these pictures is Smooch. Loretta

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  6. An American in Tokyo7/20/16, 5:56 PM

    Nice to have a theme for the day. =)
    The thrasher's eye looks so wary!
    Tomatoes! Yum!
    Hi Smoochie-poo!

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