Summer Harvest: Colourful Comestibles (III)

This gallery contains 5 photos. (More or less) natural goodness from the garden, part 3! This good-sized tomato is ripe, and splitting on the sides. It’s one of many tomato breeds that fruited this summer. Photographed on the evening of August 16 with external flash.

Red-Ripe-Tomato

The green bell peppers got nice and big, although the heirloom tomatoes (not pictured here) gave the former a good run for size. Photographed on the evening of August 16 with external flash.

Green-Peppers

Kiwifruit (still ripening on the vines). Photographed on the sunny afternoon of September 28 …

Kiwifruit

… and the same kiwifruits sliced open, almost a month later. Photographed indoors with external flash on a black background on the evening of October 20.

Kiwifruit-Cut

And a hybrid tree full of small but prolific ripening damson plums … they choke the slender limbs with their density, to the degree that a thick stake is needed to prop up the branches! Alas, they are loved well (all too well) by the birds, raccoons, and squirrels. Photographed on August 8.

Damson-Plums

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