05 June 2011

i heart macro

big old dog

more silver head pins woot! woot!
trying to stay focused

yellow pear tomatoes from the garden

hanging succulent basket
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12 comments:

kimmykats said...

big old dog looks pretty special! I bet you can't wait till you eat that tomato.....fun pictures!!

graygirlstudios said...

yeah, kimmy, that's my boy! the tomatoes are awesome! we have so many, we have a salad just with tomatoes!

Laura Twiford said...

What a faithful companion, you can tell by the look in his eyes! Great shots

Kym Hunter Designs said...

Yum, I love home grown tomatoes! We've grown various large and cherry tomatoes, but haven't tried growing the pear or grape tomatoes yet. Sweet picture of your dog too.

EB Bead and Metal Works said...

Those tomatoes look scruptious! Love the pic of the "Big Old Dog" :)
Have a great day!

Lori @ Studio Waterstone said...

Beautiful and inspiring, every single one.

CraftyHope said...

The succulents make my heart sing! I'm going to break down and get some for my creative space before too long. I just have to find a way to keep them from the cats!!

Corilu Designs said...

Nothing is better than home grown tomatoes and your capture of them are delicious! Lovely collection of photos!

Corilu Designs said...

Nothing is better than homegrown tomatoes and you made them look delicious! Great collection of photos. Very inspiring. Love your dog!

Holly said...

tomatos already? I'm quite jealous! They look yummy :) And I love that big old dog....nothing like them, is there?

graygirlstudios said...

yes, our growing season here starts early, in Feb, for "summer", and in summer, which is now, we don't do much as it's too damn hot and humid, the bugs are horrible, and the sun is just too intense for man, beast, or vegetable. We enjoy it while we can. thanks all!

My Life Under the Bus said...

Awww big old dog - what a cutie!