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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY ~ three is a number.




tomatoes





bangchik
Putrajaya, Malaysia

6 comments:

  1. I can smell them! Green tomatoes have a special smell. Great photo.

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  2. Love this photo Bangchik! But I envy your tomatoes... when ripen... I am sure the bite of fresh tomatoes is going to so delightful and satisfying.

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  3. Mine are still tiny plants, but your's will be red and ripe in no time.

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  4. We haven't even started tomato plants yet and you already have some tomatoes forming! Too bad there is no smell-o-vision on the internet. I love the way tomato plants smell.

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  5. Ah, the scent and flavor, beautiful.

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  6. pamsenglishgarden ~ Thanks Pam, yes, green tomatoes smell good and refreshing. and the leaves too.

    Stephanie ~ Thanks for liking the photo. It is an effort to view little things like tomato in a beautiful and exotic angle... haha. They will ripen soon....

    Jo ~ yes Jo, our Spring (which we never had) is always earlier than yours. When ours are done, I can visit your blog to rekindle the nostalgia.

    Kara ~ I hope one day, internet will be so advanced that smell can travel far through fiber optic. Tomato always smell good!

    Poetic Shutterbug ~ you are not alone in thinking about beautiful smell of tomato. Very lasting!!

    ~bangchik
    Putrajaya Malaysia

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