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09 January 2011

wet red

At dusk, things seem to seep.
Photo: Tomatoes, Suzhou, China

4 comments:

akikoml said...

Yes! Never keep them in the frig.

Madeleine Marie Slavick said...

hi drummer, singer, i hear you... and how did you know i like my tomatoes warm, not chilled!

akikoml said...

YOu know how to eat weel, my friend. Tomatoes loose the flavor when chilled. I will grow them again this year. Umm... yummi!
The angle, composition, and the color is lovely with this photo. The wheels are my favorite subject.

Madeleine Marie Slavick said...

we're alike -- we love many things