|Harvested a few days ago|
I've been neglecting the garden in this summer's blog posts, so I thought I'd show you what's up out there. The radishes are long gone and the tomatoes are still green, but our kitchen is bursting daily with freshly picked carrots, beets, lettuce and other greens, cauliflower, broccoli, parsley and basil, beans, onions, potatoes. I've probably forgotten something, but we're eating and freezing as fast as we can.
As I washed the beets and carrots, I decided they looked even more interesting through the distortion of bubbling water. What's real and what's not?
|Swiss chard -- beautiful colors|
|Cauliflower -- delicious roasted|
|Curly kale -- Bunner's favorite|
|Lettuce -- salads every day|
|Beans -- almost ready|
|Corn -- courtesy of neighbor Dick|
|The reason for our deer fence|
|Dave's hops along our fence|
|My latest bowl -- inspired by garden colors|
I rarely do realistic art. Instead I breath in the colors and impressions of our world and exhale an abstraction. This coiled bowl in my mind is either a garden or a sunset.
|Bunners -- our garden's biggest fan|
Have a colorful day