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Some more photo’s of the garden at Jordans Mill, they did have some gorgeous flowers,

 

and also grew fruit

Not sure if these are wheat, rye or corn

black tomatoes are a thing too

after the gardens we took a walk along the banks of the River Ivel, will do that next so stay tooned!

 

27 comments on “Jordan’s Mill~ July 2017 ~Part 3

  1. beetleypete says:

    Wow! What a burst of eye-popping colour. Is that a saturation boost, post-processing thingy, or a camera ‘extra’, I wonder?
    I have never seen a black tomato. Don’t think I would want to eat one, for some reason. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. The flowers were that colour, I brought out the best in them with processing in Lightroom, I tend to darken the background a bit so the flowers stand out. I don’t eat tomatoes unless they’re on a pizza 🙂 so no idea what the black ones are all about!

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      1. beetleypete says:

        Thanks for the info, FR.

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    2. Dina says:

      We have black tomatoes in our garden (but not pitch dark like these ones) and I can assure they are the best! We love them. They are very tasty, juicy and the most aromatic tomatoes we ever had and next year we want to grow more blackies. 🙂

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      1. beetleypete says:

        I will happily take your word for that, Dina. X

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  2. Sue says:

    Love the wheat, or rye or corn!

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    1. haha, I’m hopeless at remembering, would write things down in a notebook if I remembered to take one!

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      1. Sue says:

        Haha …me too!

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  3. Your photo’s are sooo good. Very crisp indeed and so much clarity. 10/10.

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  4. I like the black tomatoes. I wonder how they taste.

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    1. Let me know if you ever come across them!

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    2. Dina says:

      They taste excellent! Try growing some. It’s very rewarding. 🙂

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      1. Paul is in charge of the vegetables around here – I’ll have to have him take care of it (I’m our flower grower).

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  5. vinnieh says:

    The shot of the apple is superb. Wonderfully captured.

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      1. vinnieh says:

        I got a Garden of Eden vibe from it.

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        1. haha, no snakes or naked ladies in the garden though 🙂

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          1. vinnieh says:

            Haha, such a shame. I could have been Adam.

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  6. Dina says:

    Awesome photos!

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  7. Wow Ms. Fraggle!!! You really are so talented! You know how to portray nature’s beauty to the world!!!📸🌍 Such awesome photography! Keep up the great work!🌹🌺🥀🍁🌅🌌

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  8. Gosh, looking at these photos again I can’t believe how amazing the color is and how great you capture nature! Way to go Fraggle!

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