Wednesday, August 13, 2008

OUR HOME GROWN GRAPES


Technically, this isn't the greatest picture, but I wanted to show some of our sweet and tasty grapes that are finally ripe.
I love being able to just munch on some right from my vines.
I wish I could share them with all of you.
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20 comments:

Olivier said...

bientôt les vendanges, et bientôt il sortira du bon vin de ces grappes
Soon the harvest, and soon it will come out good wine these clusters

Calusarus said...

Congratulations : red and white grapes ! And they are very appetizing

ruth said...

We have white and purple too! But ours are concords, yours are . . .?

Do you do anything with them besides eat? My husband makes grape jam, yum. I don't know if you can do that with yours.

Kerri said...

They look YUMMY!!

Amy said...

Well, they look delicious. Thank you for your very sweet, encouraging words to my blog! I very much apprecitae them, and love to visit you to. Wish i knew how to capture beauty as you do over here. You know how much I love the way you see things and catch them on film! or is it digital something? :)

AVCR8TEUR said...

They look lovely and tasty. I'm not really good with plants. Grapes are good as fruits, salads, and jam as Ruth suggested.

Thanks for reading & commenting on my recent posts. :)

JunieRose2005 said...

They sure look good!! ummm- I can almost taste them just looking!!



Junie

LeenaM said...

Thank you, Sue! I have never eaten grapes from a garden, only from a desk of the shops :)
They have to have quite different flavor.
Have a nice day!

Beverly said...

Oh, they look SO good. I love grapes. You have such a wonderful variety of fruits there in CA where you are.

Tommy V said...

wow you guys grow the best looking grapes.

Moi said...

send me some!!!! ;DDDD

Louis la Vache said...

hehehe
No one is judging your photography! We just wish there were a way you could e-mail us some of those delicious-looking grapes!

Re your comment about the Hornet - this ship is over 60 years old. The flight deck was modernized in the 60s to a cantilever design, but in comparison to a modern Nimitz-class carrier is puny!

CG said...

I'm very impressed. I am just as proud of my homegrown tomatoes just getting ripe. Enjoy your munching Sue.

Merisi said...

Just by looking at them I can conjure up the sweetness of them all! I love how you composed this shot. :-)

MedaM said...

I love grape, white or purple it doesn't matter, and I use to buy it very often but it is more interesting and more precious if you are able to pick a bunch of grapes from your own garden. I think it is a wonderful feeling and you must be proud of your grapes; it really looks delicious.

Ratzfatz said...

ahhhhh, that is what I have in my mind! I was 10 min. ago in the house of my nevers and we drunk a wonderful cool white wine. Ok not from California ... but any way. Great composition ... yummmy

Laurie said...

MMMMMMmmmmmmmmmMMMMMMMM! Those look very tasty. I haven't had grapes in a while. I think I will go buy some.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

these are beautiful!!

Mike said...

I like this! What beautiful grapes.

lavenderlady said...

I wish you could share them too! That was one of the things I loved about living in California.