http://alisonslife-in-the-slow-lane.blogspot.com/ Life in the Slow Lane: LOOKING UP AND DOWN

Thursday, 4 April 2013

LOOKING UP AND DOWN

Joining in with HELENA again, for her photographic meme


 Helena’s Creative Maven

No grey skies this week, I'm pleased to say!

LOOKING UP


Unpicked pomegranates wasting away on the tree...this tree is in the garden of an empty house, and I would love to get access to it while the fruits are just ripened!

LOOKING DOWN


Cherry tomatoes growing by the side of the road.....I can only assume the seeds were blown there by the wind, and miraculously managed to find some soil in among all this rock!

Thanks for dropping by!
Take care of you
Alison xx



15 comments:

  1. Tomatoes will grow in the most amazing places. I'm not sure I told you. but I work in the Water industry and they often pop up in sewage plants - they pass through undigested. Your plants were probably deposited by birds.

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  2. We put some compost from your composter in the front garden last year.....and up popped 2 tomato plants....which we actually got tomatoes from!!!

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  3. Fascinating to see tomatoes this early! I love the glimpses of your world ....

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  4. We've had a few gray cold days here, so it's a pleasure to see that beautiful blue sky here in blogland!

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  5. How awesome! Funny to find the tomatoes growing on the side of the road. I love pomegranates! Love that photo!

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  6. I love the deep blue of the sky and the white of the stones.
    Rinda

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  7. Great photos but a shame it's food going to waste, can't you climb over a fence to get the pomegranetes? :) x

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  8. what wonderful fruits to have growing wild - a lovely example of how Spain differs from Scotland

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  9. Wow look at those tomatoes! Lovely blue sky:)

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  10. beautiful blue sky! and it is a shame about the pomegranates... The photo of the cherry tomatoes is interesting- it's a testament to how hardy some plants are, that the plant is growing in such a seemingly inhospitable place. (did you pick any, for a salad? lol!)

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  11. So did you pick the tomatoes??? I love cherry tomatoes, actually I just plain LOVE tomatoes :)

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  12. Astonishing that you've got tomatoes ripe whilst I'm wondering if I should put in seeds...

    The pomegranates are lovely - hope you can go back and get some next time.

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  13. It's such a shame to see food go to waste, isn't it

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  14. Goodness I can't imagine seeing anything so wonderful in our roadsides at the moment! How wonderful!

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