Sunday, July 1, 2007

Get Your Veggies Here!



Lovely Wife and I bought some fresh tomatoes ('maters in redneck Louisiana speak), and a watermelon to have for our hamburgers and desert on July 4th coming up this Wednesday.

I took a couple of pics of these amazing peppers the lady had for sale too.

I had actually left my camera in our car and when we were picking out the tomatoes, I turned around and saw these peppers in the shade and the deep colors were amazing.

I left Lovely Wife to pick out tomatoes and the watermelon while I pursued the photographic side of buying fresh vegetables.

I have to admit, that I've been doing the photo blog long enough now that my second thought after "I've GOT to go grab my camera" was "These colorful peppers will look great against the black background of my blog."

Now I'm looking for things that will look good on the blog.

12 comments:

CG said...

LOL I know what you mean about imagining how things will look on your blog. i loved this explosion of colour hitting me as the page loaded!!

Moi said...

:) guess we photo-bloggers go through the same gamut of emotions ;)
and bell peppers (Capsicums as we call them in India) in all their glory look amazingly beautiful and vivid against the black backdrop. I will love to capture one for my blog someday too.....

beautiful pics :)

Ben said...

"These colorful peppers will look great against the black background of my blog."
Absolutely! I like second shot to bring this deep red.

John Roberts said...

Nice composition and color in both of these!

Kate said...

Darn, I forgot about getting watermelon and fruit and veggies for the 4th. Your pictures make my mouth water!!

photowannabe said...

Well you did the perfect blog. Great colors and photoblog shopping is the best way to go.

Mike said...

I love these! I think the colors are great.

lv2scpbk said...

Love the photo with all three colors of the peppers.

Chad Oneil said...

Nice colors.

isabella said...

Oh, yeah, I do that too!
Used to make sure I have my purse with me, when getting into the car. Now, my priority is the camera ;-)

Sheila said...

Very nice photos of the veggies. I love to take my camera along to farmers' markets. If you ever get a chance to go to Italy, you'll discover a wonderful world of color and interest at Italian markets too.

Anonymous said...

Your pictures of Neville High School in Monroe were interesting. I had cousins who lived in Monroe during the 1960s. They would have attended Neville. Their father was a chemistry professor.