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Vegetables Photograph - Fresh From The Garden by Linda Lees

Fresh From The Garden is a photograph by Linda Lees which was uploaded on February 11th, 2013.

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Lovely kitchen art Linda.

Linda Lees replied:

Thanks so much Regina, I appreciate your visit

lovely!

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you very much Andrei

Very descent, soft and beautiful image. I love it.

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you very much Khalid

Beautiful still life Linda, you are blessed to live on 52 acres and I wish I was closer to you so I could buy your strawberry jam!!! :))...F/L

Linda Lees replied:

I do love living here! This year I made some cherry jam. Thanks for your lovely message Donna, if you were closer I'd give you some jam.

Simply gorgeous!

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you very much Melinda

Lovely! My husband has grown me a small garden every year of tomatoes, green onions, variety of peppers, squash and garlic and we have a herb garden as well. Every year we keep expanding. I love to cook..it's one of my passions. My cooking is better than my photography lol, only because I have been cooking for 32 years. I have only been doing photography for about 5 years..my photos are either a hit or miss..lol. I hope to live a long time to improve in photography just like I've been fortunate in my cooking (mother taught me). You have such a lovely garden. How big is your garden and what other veggies or fruits of yours aren't in this pic? Do you like to cook?

Linda Lees replied:

Hi Trish, I live on 52 acres, the house is in the middle of the property. I've probably got an acre or so of garden. Strawberries grow like weeds and I make jam with them because I grow too many to eat. I give jars of jams away as gifts to friends and family. I've planted many fruit trees, it's part of my retirement plan, so that we can live cheaper once we're on less income. I've got apples, pears, nashi, cherries, peaches, nectarines, apricots, almonds and plums. I'm more of a gardener than a cook.

Very beautiful work !

Linda Lees replied:

I appreciate your visit Sorin, thank you

Thank you Darren, host of Photography and Textures, for featuring this image

excellent....v

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you Barbara, I'm pleased you like it

Thanks Susan for featuring my work in Women Photographers group

Lovely piece. v

Linda Lees replied:

Angela, I appreciate you visiting my work. Thanks for your kind comment

Nice vintage feel to this pretty still life. F V T & my Digital Fave of the Day ... Elaine

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you so much, that's very nice of you!

splendid ... grow your own organics and then to produce ,such an inviting image .

Linda Lees replied:

It's so nice to have chemical free, fruit and veg, and as a bonus it serves as a subject for my art. Thanks for your visit Tom.

gorgeous combining of images, great work

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you very much Jim, I'm happy you like it

great work and composition

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you Eric, you're so kind

Beautiful still life. Great editing, perfect image for kitchen or dining room!

Linda Lees replied:

Thanks for your kind comment Geri

Nicely done... v

Linda Lees replied:

Thank you Glenn

Beautiful still life of vegetables and fruit. Love the processing and overlay work you did on it.

Linda Lees replied:

Thanks for the lovely comment Marcia

I love the way you did this. One of my favorites

Linda Lees replied:

I'm so pleased Charles, thank you

Beautiful still life, this would work in almost any kitchen.

Linda Lees replied:

I'm glad you think so Bill, thanks for your kind comment

I love this kitchen capture! Very appealing and love the back ground script! v mm

Linda Lees replied:

Thanks for your enthusiastic comment Marilyn

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