Homegrown burpless cucumbers. 🥒🥒🥒 They’re called burpless because their skin is thinner and they contain lower levels of curcubitacin, the stuff that can make cucumber ends a little bitter and make you burp. 😄
On the wall near the tearoom is one of the first new plantings we made when we started restoring the gardens. Over 15 years on and the framework of this pear is as interesting in deep winter as high summer #eastonwalledgardens#pear#walledgarden
Harvest Moon. This is a composite. I took an image of the scene and the moonlight over Back Creek in Kennebunk Maine at 24mm using the Sony Rx10iii’s Hand-held-twilight mode, which stacks 4 exposures, and a second image of the moon at 600mm, exposed for the moon only. Processed both in Polarr. I then used Pixomatic to cut out and layer the moon shot over the burnt out moon in the landscape shot. I used “overlay” as a blend, and giggled the exposure and shadow values of the overlay to balance the brightness of the moon and still maintain some detail in the moon’s surface. Then one more pass through Polarr to bring up the shadows in the foreground just a bit more. My goal was to produce, if not a realistic image, at least one that is recognizable as an idealized version of the scene.
The rice fields behind me have rice for 12kk IDR, they are changing the rice instead of another crop after six harvests of rice to make the ground ready for refresh the nutrients that were used #warung#tanahlot#malaysiantiger by @wearmedicine #harvest#ricefield
Well after impatiently waiting 2 weeks my #mysterydahlia has finally opened in all its glory 😍 Don’t know why I have never grown these before but now they are one of my favourites. 💕🙌🏻 (don’t think it’s even fully out yet but good enough for me 😜)