It’s too hot to go work out in the garden until the sun sets. Even then, butter melts and so do I. Taking photos require the use of the flash and that means harsher images like this.
I had my first taste of a garden fresh apricot this morning. Rather, it’s the first taste I’ve had from this apricot tree. The sun wasn’t over the Sierras yet while I enjoyed the deliciousness of a juicy, just picked apricot. Dang it.Golden Bantam Yellow Sweet Corn
Okay the lens is kinda dirty; but that is giving a twinkling effect caused by the street light on the other side of the wall. There are some ears of corn in there (the garden bed – not the lens) and quite a few bean pods. Everything in the garden is enjoying the heat (103 today – gross).
These flash pictures may be harsh; but I’ll tell you what harsh is in the garden. Harsh is how I deal with grasshoppers gnashing on my tomatoes.
Goodbye, turkey. My attorney will be in touch.
Can you name what classic Jerry Reed song that line is derived?
Note: Listening to Jerry Reed in the garden helps the work more enjoyable especially if you’re dancing with your dog.