I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
what lovely colour...it doesnt look real!
Wow, I didn't know this variety, they're lovely!
Wonderful detail! Beautiful shot!
une superbe collection de couleur, un vrai arc en ciel. superbeA superb collection of color, a true rainbow. Superb
I never knew sweetcorn came in such glorious colours!
i have always loved them too...:)each little pearl adds to make the corns ....
Cool photo! I esp. love that top ear, amazing range, as you say. Don't we just love autumn colors.
I love the colors as well. The one ear seems to have sunbursts in each kernel.
What amazing colours. Have you ever eaten Indian Corn - I would be intereted to know what it tastes like - is is sweat like sweat corn?
I sent a link to that corn to my daughter at school in the treasurer's office where she works. It is something else. I have never seen anything like that in my life. Wow. It looks like hard candy you get at Christmas.Nice macro.
How strange, never seen corn with such colours. brill shot too.
Beautiful colors! I've seen Indian Corn before, but never with colors this vivid. Beautiful shot! -T
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Your Indian corn is beautiful, Abe said he doesn't think he's ever seen any so colorful.
I love that top piece. Looks like "Technocorn".
Great shot, Im always amazed at the variety of corn colors. Next spring I am going to try and grow some, especially the dark blue variety, just beautiful.
Nice. Don't you just love the natural light this time of year? For some reason light just looks better in the fall...
Very lovely Fall photo, Sue.
To me Indian Corn definitely means autumn and Thanksgiving. I've been hanging them on my doors for years. Great photo.
I love indian corn too...with some pumpkins, squash, a couple of apples..you have the perfect centerpiece.
I can't believe that Abe, who's lived 73 years in this country, has never seen Indian corn! >8@Your photo is fan-tas-tic! Those kernels look divine in the large photo.
WoW such lovely colours! Nice shot.
beautiful - I'm ready for Thanksgiving!
Wow, I've never seen colorful corn like that before. Is it real? How its taste?
The colors are spectacular. The top cob particularly :)
How come I see them in a standard single colour! Nice capture. :)
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