Second Annual Strawberry Photograph

This is one of my favorite times of year.  Every day I find these jewels in my garden.  These were so fresh that they steamed up the glass.  The fragrance was so better than any perfume. Best of all, I got to eat them!

This is one of my favorite times of year. Every day I find these jewels in my garden. These were so fresh that they steamed up the glass. The fragrance was so much better than any perfume. Best of all, I got to eat them!

 

My strawberry patch has grown even larger this year.  Hurrah!  Here’s my post with photographs from last year, in case you missed it.   Strawberry Fields.

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9 responses to “Second Annual Strawberry Photograph

  1. Oh, I’m so jealous! My strawberries are just flowers right now, and I can’t wait. You cannot find anything in a store that comes close to the taste of a fresh strawberry. Enjoy!

  2. Carolina Maine

    This reminds me of growing strawberries as a young girl. I love this photo! You are so talented.

  3. Mmmmmm!

    My mother’s best friend has a strawberry patch (u-pick) and this year it’s been so wet that the berries have molded on the ground. Fresh-picked ones are the best. Especially when you eat them while you’re picking them.

  4. alwaysjan

    We have only a few strawberry plants and they’re for our pig. Talk about spoiled! I tend to buy mine at Costco as they’re the size of tennis balls, and it doesn’t take that many to fill a pie. Don’t eat all of yours before I come back!

  5. This brings memories of my kindergartener at the time and I planting a strawberry patch, having three whole berries ready for eating, only to have the neighbor spray a chemical weed killer on them through his fence! Ending of the story, I wouldn’t let him eat them and he cried all the way until dinner time!

  6. Oh YUm!!

    I lost blog roll so I am finding it hard to get to you and Jan. Will have to figure it out.

    I love strawberry and watermelon season. I made mysekf sick yesterday like a three year old eating to much watermelon 🙂

  7. Yum! What time is brunch? My strawberries are just so little and barely flowering, but as usual that is one amazing photo, I can smell & taste the little strawberry jewels! I may just have to hire you to take pictures of my flowers…you have an amazing creativeness. I’m in that business, so I appreciate it so much. I hired our designer because I loved her shirt, it was so cool, creative, colorful, and I later found out that her husband told her not to wear the shirt to the interview, he thought she should be more reserved. She teases him all the time because her wonderful sense of style and color and beautiful eye for the unusual landed her the job. Thanks for sharing your talent with all of us. I am also a big fan of your creative talent.

  8. Sandra

    What a delicious picture! My strawberry memories are of my Grandpa Hill’s garden and the two of us picking them warm and juicy. He used to remind me to put a few in the bucket for dinner. Grandma always had fresh cream as thick as mayo to put on top.
    Mmmmmm. I hope he has a garden in Heaven so we can share some when we meet again.

  9. They look beautiful in that glass, sumptuous and enticing. I’ve never tasted strawberries freshly picked. You’re truly blessed! We’ll be having frost this weekend so gardening has to be delayed till later.

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