Monday, November 21, 2016

One shot, multiple subjects

How many can you spot?

12 comments:

  1. Tomatoes? Wire, Fall trees, rain...four?

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    1. I'm beginning to wonder about actual tomatoes, myself.

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  2. I can't count them. I see a few together but my eyes are all blurred this morning.
    So at a guess I'll say five.
    Hope they all ripen for you

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    1. Sad news, (for me) One of the 'branches' collapsed from the extreme (hahaha) weight of 4 little bitty tomatoes ... Sigh ...

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  3. Tomato plant, tomato leaves, tomatoes, trees, window, window frames, light wire, grass, grass beyond the fence, road beyond the fence, the fence, birds or raindrops, sky...of course if you just mean tomatoes then I'd say about 9-10.

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    1. Good! Not rain drops or birds - spider webs, beetles, and bug parts. :-)

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  4. There no leaves on our trees.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Ours will go faster now, since our hard freeze.

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  5. I'd like to add interesting tree trunks and glorious red Autumn foliage ( leaves) - River was certainly on a visual roll there wasn't she :)

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    1. The leaves were brighter color from the rising sun, which I was trying to catch contrasting the silhouette of Tom.

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  6. I'm going to say Asian Beetles, Autumn, Dirty window, Morning, Sunrise, Tomato experiment, Womb with a view, and I CHEATED because I read your labels!! Have a nice Thanksgiving, Sharon!

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    1. Smart girl! LOL! I also have a necklace hanging on the left window lock, but I never thought anyone would pay attention to that. Cord from light, spider webs, country road, and a fence, dead grass. (already!)River was really looking at it.

      Happy Thanksgiving to you and family.

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