Thursday, June 04, 2009

Sun kissed Skywatch Friday

more sky watch






15 minutes after I took these pictures a bird came and did this :(

so I put those pans in to see if it helps? I think Marie Calendar would approve.

and and the dreary sky on this place just lent itself to B&W

22 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Naughty bird! I'm amazed you have tomatoes already. I haven't even put my plants outdoors yet!

Lynn said...

Very Nice. It's going to be a while before my tomatoes are ready.

dAwN said...

Love looking at the sky thru your tomatoes...very cool idea.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice shots. I used to want to grow tomatoes until I saw those big 'ol green tomato worms. LOL! No thank you. :-D The birds do serious damage to my apricots. They always get to them before I can.
Nice shot by your daughter too.
:-)

Carver said...

Wow, are those tomatoes already from this year. Amazing. Beautiful shots.

erin said...

beautiful captures...i too have not planted any tomatoes as the last freeze was the middle of may...and i may not even get around to it as we are so busy.

and yes b/w did that building well.

have a wonderful weekend.

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous shots, love tomatoes! Lovely to see the sky through the plants! Happy SWF!

Sara G said...

Great photo's!
Happy SWF
I love your header photo too, very pretty!!

Martha Z said...

Wonderful, I'm weeks from my first tomatos.

Robin said...

Birds they are mean to our gardens.

Photo Cache said...

So so jealous of your tomatoes. We didn't plant any this spring because we were moving.

Denise said...

That's a great catch on a SWF post. Love those tomatoes, even with the naughty little bird they look delicious.

D Herrod said...

Very nice. That picture looked like the scenery near home.

Arija said...

Such pretty skies..Lol..behind your superb tomatoes.

mkreider said...

Beautiful Photos... SkyWatch brought me here. I'm so jealous of your tomatoes. I planted too late this year.

Dagrun said...

Mhmmmm, they look good (before the bird biting, that is). Nice pictures.

Evita said...

Oh how awesome to be able to grow your own tomatoes. It is something I seriously want to try this summer as there is nothing quite like growing your own food :)

Happy SWF :)

storyteller's other blog said...

BEAUTIFUL shots ...
Sorry the bird snacked on the tomato.
Hugs and blessings,

Femin Susan said...

Wow Beautiful shots. Thanks for sharing.....

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Wow! Awesome tomatoes. And the sky is just looking more interesting in Black and White too!

Thanks for posting kind comments at Skywatch Friday #47



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Karen said...

Pesky bird !!!

The next door neighbour's dog came and ate the tops off some of my young corn plants. Wonder if MC pans would keep him away?? Though I think I'd probably have to throw them at her. We have put up a fence to keep her out..

Those tomatoes look really good ... in a way, I can't blame the bird !!

I love the monochrome shot ...it does do the sky justice..

Catherine said...

Birds know what is good ! This tomato looks so juicy. Hope you've done the harvest before birds make all disapear.
Some refreshing shots, Marcia !