June 29, 2009

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tree at the shakespeare festival garden



chilton county peaches



third generation



swamp



schoolhouse rots

31 comments:

  1. love all of these photos, especially that last one. and now my mouth is watering (honestly) for one of those peaches. i love peaches.

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  2. peaches! the peaches are my favorite.

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  3. love love love that schoolhouse photo...wow !

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  4. the photo of the peaches is divine!

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  5. Oh those peaches! I've never had a southern peach that hasn't been shipped thousands of miles...someday maybe...

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  6. Those peaches are marrrrvelous! You have a way with photographing edibles like no another. :)

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  7. Beautiful photographs. I'll side with the others ... the peaches shot is supreme. I can just about taste them all the way here in New England.

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  8. I love that last picture. gorgeous.

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  9. I just looooove the photo of the peaches! Your new blog layout is gorgeous!

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  10. I love the first two picture, the light is very special!

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  11. Those peaches look luscious!!!!! Great pics:)

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  12. Photograph 3, just warmed my soul! So lovely, all of the photos... and you. : )

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  13. it's so funny what I like versus what everyone else likes....the woman working is my favorite of this group

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  14. You have told such a wonderful story with these images!

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  15. How I just love a yummy peach.

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  16. I love these images. You're such a stellar photographer.

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  17. Char you truly see the artistic in such common things.... baskets of peaches,.. boarded up windows. You turn them into works of art!

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  18. So beautiful...I get lost in your photos...

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  19. actually, that's not from the project. I'm still waiting on her, although I sent mine off a couple weeks ago. this was from another site I found in a whim of penpal fancy. i hope you get yours soon, and thanks for the comment. if you took these photographs they are raelly awesome. (well they are awesome either way, but i'm more impressed if they are yours. especially the two with the peaches.)

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  20. Your pictures tell a story...the last one speaks to me the loudest. Lovely.

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  21. Love these photos! They just remind me of the south...visits to my Grandma's and later college in Montgomery.

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  22. Love the working women!
    Peaches is quite juicy too...
    ~XO*
    ps: Char dear, about time we trade links...I've added your blog! Thanks darling!!

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  23. Ohhh what beautiful images... again - char = talent! Lovely clicking on your blog, I always know there'll be an absolute visual delight awaiting me.

    Pls excuse my absense, internet has been weird and have been away on the weekends... glad to back in blogosphere!

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  24. Thank you Char!!

    And yummy peaches. Love them!! My Grandma used to call me peachy leigh so I have a hold on those things ;)

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  25. whenever i see a house or building bolted up like that I have this urge to get inside.

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  26. thanks y'all! the peaches here are yummy. I love to have them grilled too - well, in addition to the cobbler thing or just sliced raw.

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  27. I want one of those peaches!!

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  28. You just get better and better.

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i feel as if each comment was between us as we sat and sipped something warm....i love to hear what you're thinking.