this morning

June 13, 2013













gorgeous
blue
sky

We picked the first tomatoes, Sunsugar...ah, so nice to have you back.  Also, the first green beans, so slim, tender and tasty.  We'll have them for breakfast.  The vegetables come in slowly at first and every one is a welcome surprise.  My favorite time of the year. 

My son taught me how to use my panorama feature, exciting! 

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5 Comments

  1. Gorgeous pics. What a lovely sanctuary you have created.

    PS - I'm down in Santa Cruz in our little slice of heaven by the sea.

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  2. I'm having some serious garden envy, your's looks amazing! And how wonderful to already be eating the tasty fruits of your labour. There's nothing better than your own garden grown veg, for sure.

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  3. Ah, those daisies! I'm swooning!

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  4. Annie Liebovitz move over, your photography is amazingly good.

    Carole

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  5. Kristen, what a beautful Garden and your Grand Dad would of loved to see your garden and would of been so proud of you. You must have gotten the love of soil and gardening from him.

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