You Capture – “First Harvest”

july garden

sugar snap peas


yellow cherry tomatoes

robby and tomato

first harvest2

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19 Responses

  1. There is nothing better than fresh food from your own yard! Great job.

  2. Wow! Isn’t this your first year to garden? You kicked butt!!!

    That all looks so yummy.

  3. GREAT garden! And great shots! :)

  4. awesome!

  5. These are great!!

  6. I am so jealous! I wanted to do a garden this year but we were so unmotivated and didn’t get it in. I have ONE cabbage plant. My daughter brought it home from school so I planted it. I don’t like cabbage. ha!

  7. Garden looks great! Looks like animals are leaving your garden alone. Yummy.

  8. Beautiful looking garden and beautiful pictures as well.

  9. Great food shots! Your garden looks great – Yummm!

  10. wow! i would love to grow my own food. yours looks delicious!

  11. Your garden is fantastic!

  12. Now I’m REALLY coming to your house. (I think I said I wanted to when I saw your CSA bounty. If not, I thought it.)

    Yummy, yummy, yummy.

  13. yay!!! wow, beth it looks so great!

  14. Wow, your pictures are so bright!
    Where do you live? I wish I had a garden like that!

  15. I love these shots! I have so many photos of my bounty too…they are my favorite to look back at!

  16. Very exciting. Everything looks delicious!

  17. Love those pictures. I wish I had the same amount of space, we’re in a townhouse so I just have a backyard filled with containers of tomatoes, zucchini, lettuce and beans. I’m just starting to get stuff in. Ah… nothing like the freshest of the fresh!

  18. I bet I need to come to your house for dinner one day. Fresh and devine!


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