Wednesday, September 14, 2016

14/09/2016 A few emergency shots when I realised late this afternoon that I had not picked up the camera all day!

Maximum temperature 20C, minimum 12C. 44 km/h SW wind. Rain 4mm overnight.  Light drizzle during the day; very welcome but we need more!
The figs are ripening fast.

Orchid...

and a close up.

My other orchid!

Petunia.

Pumpkins, we have plenty this year and different types.

12 comments:

  1. Before going to France two years ago I had never eaten fresh figs. I became an instant fan!

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    1. I can just stand under the tree and eat them!!! So many this year that I have been dehydrating, still much jam and chutney left from the last 2 years!! Have a good day Diane

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  2. Fresh fruit and veg - what a treat.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Stewart we seldom buy vegetables, the garden keeps us well supplied during both summer and winter. Fruit has not been brilliant this year, plums enough, but the figs and the hazel nuts are in abundance. Diane

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  3. I have only tasted fresh figs once and I love it! Beautiful orchids and the pumpkins are so big!

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    1. Fresh figs are amazing picked straight from the tree warm from the sun, yum yum. Wish we could share some with you. We have a number of very big pumpkins this year. I still have dried from last year!! Diane

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  4. Always love your close up shots.

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  5. The orchids photos are just stunning Diane.

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    1. Thanks Linda, they brighten up the kitchen :-) Diane

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