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Photography

November

November Shadows

Days are getting shorter and the shadows are getting crazy long at 1:00 in the afternoon.

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Food Photography

Tomatoes are almost here

Brandywines

The tomatoes in our EarthBox are coming along nicely, though the plant has grown to exceed all expectation. It’s upper branches are not entangling the basketball net, about seven feet off the ground. It’s drinking about 2 liters of water a day (!!!) and though we had some problems with blossom end rot, a quick application of some lime seems to have fixed that up. I definitely want to try growing more in the EarthBox… Sheri put some basil in and said was just amazingly large. As a kid, I got to pick a few seeds to plant in our family garden and I always went for the tallest, biggest, fattest variety of whatever I could find: giant sunflowers, huge watermelon and pumpkin, tall corn. It rarely ended up being as large as the seed package claimed it could be, but I was all about growing the biggest thing I could. The EarthBox definitely delivers on growing stuff big and increasing yeilds.

Jalepenos

Our jalepeno plant is also doing pretty well in its standard container. It doesn’t drink quite a much water, but it looks like we’ll be making homemade salsa pretty soon…

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Food Photography

Pickin’ & Grinin’

Black Raspberries

Black Raspberries

Mandy & Jack headed out with some other folks from the playgroup yesterday and came back with these beauties from a farm just up the road from our house. Were planning on making a cobbler and possibly some jam out of them, if they last that long. Next to mulberries, these are my favorite for pickin & eatin.

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Family Photography

Bath time

From last night’s bath. Fun with hair is always fun.

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Photography

Book Presses Are Awesome

Jeff Schewe recently released Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS3 and put up a post detailing out his visit to the press. If you’ve ever wondered what a high volume book press looks like, definitely check it out. Found via Michael Reichmann’s Real World Camera Raw with CS3 review, which is also worth checking out.