|Zinnias love warm weather with plenty of water.|
|A bee hiding in the shadow of this dahlia.|
|Swirls of color. Little critters in the folds.|
|Inside petals are a different color |
than the ones that have open already. I really like the swirls.
|Calla lilies with speckled leaves.|
|A dahlia sunbathing.|
|Yellow eggplant. Yup!|
|Along with a few purple ones.|
|More critters on a dahlia.|
|Helpers await more boxes before we head out on my Dad's golf cart. He used it to get around The Farm his last couple years.|
I have the BEST crew!
|One way to pick out your pumpkin! |
They are posing for me on their orange "chairs".
|This pumpkin and the next pictures were taken by my soon to be first grade great nephew. He likes to take pictures and so I handed him the camera. He has a very good eye, I think!|
|He caught his cousins sitting and waiting on the golf cart. |
(No key in it, by the way.)
|I LOVE this one!!!|
|I asked him to try and get pictures of all the pumpkins. |
Even these white ones.
|The little "Jack Be Little" orange pumpkins and the "Baby Boo" little white ones.|
|His eye level view of this pretty sunflower.|
I really like the way he catches the light.
|He saw this one in the view finder of the digital camera after he took it and ran over to show me. |
"I caught the sun" he said. He sure did!
|Wow. Love this one, too. |
His height and the light make a great combination.
|Another one that shows off the color of the sunflower.|
|He must have been crawling around under those leaves like crazy!|
|And then he looked up. Sunflowers from an almost 1st graders viewpoint. I love the colors and the framing and the clouds.|
|His cousin and little sister in action on the parked golf cart.|
|Up close sunflower.|
|His last one is this one showing how white pumpkins are hooked together.|
|He has passed the camera back to me. |
She loves this little patty pan squash!
|Ohhh, the little one is lucky to have her sun hat today.|
|A cluster of grapes.|
|These grapes are thick!|
|Veggie lasagna for lunch today. |
Cheesy and wonderful!
|Fresh salsa with avocado. |
This was awesome! We could have eaten it with
a spoon. No chip needed.
|Indigo Rose. Bred by OSU tomato breeders for that "good for you" vegetable goodness. Purple on the outside like a blueberry, with anthocyanins. Red on the inside and bottom with lycopene.|
|A variety of grapes sizes, colors, textures, and tastes.|
|Green zebra tomatoes in the foreground. They are ripe.|
|Costuloto Genovese tomatoes are crinkly around the edges.|