Sunday, July 4, 2010

"I don't know how long we'll be staying"



"I don't know how long we'll be staying" - The Widows of Eastwick by John Updike

12 comments:

paulboo said...

Well these buds will last until they become beautiful flowers, a nice thing to anticipate :o)

Joan Elizabeth said...

What are these? Crab apples?

Zé Caçador said...

you now, I forgot the watch...

Mary Ann said...

I love blueberries, how they're white and then chalky and then BLACK.

I'm pretty sure that's what these are.

Martina said...

Mary Ann is right, these are blueberries - it is the first time around here that I see a farmer growing them. Very exotic.

Uncle Boo, no buds, sorry.

Joan Elizabeth, that's what my boyfriend thought, too.

Zé Caçador, google translates you now as "Joe Hunter" ... ? I was wondering about the zé ...

Mary Ann, as they are so exotic to me I am fascinated with the different colours the fruits have ... haha, I see, this is a b/w ...

Here is the original

Roberto said...

The just time to live ... it has turned the marionette

paulboo said...

I noticed later, they are Rose Hips, seed pods! Doh!!

Lisergic Synaesthesiae said...

Like the composition and the rendering with the soft focus.

José Manuel Vilhena said...

What a strange light...
:9

Martina said...

Uncle Boo, no rose hips (what a strange word), no seed pods, no ... .

Lisergic Synaesthesiae (lol - copy&paste with this screen name), thank you.

José, that's the typical 20hrs light around here at the moment, sun is not quite going down.

Ratzfatz said...

How ... NO ... WHO knows? ... hahaha
all time the same: how is how and clouds coulds ...

Martina said...

Ratzfatz - perhaps this might be something for you:
Typos

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