Pictures from Bed 1

Remember I’m a bit obsessed with sprouting seeds.  When I see the different bits of green beginning to grow I get all excited.  So you get… pictures!

Let me preface this post by saying that I am not a photographer.  I really don’t even know the camera that I am using very well, AND I’m quite proud of myself just because I used something more sophisticated than my phone.  🙂

But here are a few pictures from bed #1.  This first one is Bok Choi

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This one is the Red Russian Kale… but I’m sure you figured that out.  The leaves on these are really interesting, I can’t wait to see how they taste.

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A little close up.  Don’t worry, I’m going to give you a link in a minute to a blog that has some AMAZING plant pictures, hang in there.

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One more because I really like these little sprouts and I could not get it quite right.

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You have to look carefully for the sprout in this one.  It’s double tough because it’s actually a red romaine.  Do you see it?

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The green one is much easier to spot.  They are both romaine, just different color.  I’m anxious to see if there is a difference in taste.

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I was trying to get a close up of that little guy, but I was not real successful.

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Okay, thanks for bearing with me, I’m learning… a little.  It will get better… maybe.

So here is a real photographer.  I look at these pictures as much as I can.  I love the subject matter and the pictures are incredible.   You have to take a look.  This is one of my favorites lately.  This is a great series with deer.  Awesome stuff.

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