Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Wordless Wednesday: Autumn Paints in Yellow and Green

















42 comments:

  1. Those peppers look so good, Nadezda. We eat peppers almost every day so we could put them to good use!

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    1. Peppers are very healthy food, David. I'm glad I have great crop of them this autumn.

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  2. Hola Nadezda, e asombran los maravillosos colores de estos pimientos, las fotos son preciosas. Feliz día. Besos.

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    1. El color de los pimientos es muy brillante y saturado.
      Feliz fin de semana.

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  3. Hello dear Nadezda,
    Your peppers looks very nice. Nice to grow your own vegetables. Here it's raining again. No frost yet, but the autumn is here for sure.
    Hugs!

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    1. Autumn is here too and is cold that I hate. The own veggies glad me.
      Hugs!

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  4. Hello dear Nadezda. <3 Your peppers look like the essence of autumn, like painted. :)
    Have a nice, full of joy day. Warm greetings. <3

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    1. Dear Agnieszka, you're right - they are of the colors of autumn.
      Have a nice weekend!

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  5. Wonderful autumn colours! I bet they taste good too!

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    1. You're right - they are juicy and very tasty, Tistou.

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  6. nice photos wonderful autumn colours

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  7. Hello Nadezda, your peppers are beautiful and look very tasty, and yes, like someone noticed already earlier, they look like painted. Beautiful!
    This year many of the trees here have better autumn colours than usually. How is it where you live?
    Happy autumn!

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    1. I agree Sara, many trees and bushes got dressed in colors, I think because this summer was quite warm.
      I'll post my photos about nature in October.
      Have a nice weekend!

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  8. Oh Nadezda, they are looking mouthwatering. WOW.
    Have a wonderful garden time
    Elisabeth

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    1. Oh, yes, my peppers are or better to say were juicy :-)
      Thank you Elizabeth.

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  9. Me alegra que tengas buenas cosechas,los pimientos se ven lindos. Besos.

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    1. Teresa, estos pimientos son dulces y sabrosos.
      Feliz fin de semana.

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  10. Buena cosecha amiga. Este verano nuestro huerto ha estado mal. apenas recogimos unos tomates y algún pimiento.
    Te deseo un buen fin de semana.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Por supuesto, tus deliciosos tomates crecen bajo el sol de España, Laura.
      Feliz sabado!

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  11. A couple of weeks ago we bought some home grown peppers from a cottage in the country. They were delicious but I was interested to find that they tasted quite different from the peppers I buy everywhere else. They didn't look different, except that they were probably a good deal fresher! Lovely photos.

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    1. You're completely right Jenny. The home grown veggies and the peppers in particular taste different from supermarket veggies. My own are (or already were) very juicy and a little sweet.

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  12. It is great that you are still getting some produce from your garden.

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    1. Yes it is, Lisa. I have a good harvest this year.

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  13. Nadezda-your peppers look like seasonal artwork! It's so nice to see you still getting produce from your garden.

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    1. I agree Lee, it's artwork by nature.
      Happy October!

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  14. Hello Nadezda girl ;-)
    This is a beautiful take on a still life with these peppers .. such gorgeous colours and form !
    Well done you to set the stage for these pictures.
    October is truly with us here in Canada ... in fact some days feel like November ? LOL
    Take care
    Joy

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    1. Some days are cold as in November as well, Joy. My garden pond is under thin ice now and am happy that last week I had put the nymphaeas in a deep place.

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  15. Dear Nadezda!
    You have a great harvest. Your peppers look delicious.
    I have been with you more often and admired beautiful specimens.
    Hugs and greetings.

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    1. Glad you liked my peppers, Lucja. They have been delicious and pretty.
      Hugs, dear!

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  16. Well done to grow these, Nadezda. They look wonderful! Were they grown outside or in the greenhouse?
    Hugs, Betty

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    1. Betty, peppers and tomatoes had been grown in the greenhouse. Summer is too short, veggies need more warmth. Thank you, glad you liked my peppers!

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  17. Nice job, Nadezda! The peppers are tasty and appetizing.
    Good week! Hugs!

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  18. We love peppers in our house!
    Those peppers look so good :)
    Great photographs here.

    All the best Jan

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