Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Titleless Tuesday

Had it been Wednesday I would have titled it Wordless Wednesday but .......it was not! God knows I can't post without writing something ;)
I have a hundred or so photos to download but not without a charged battery.
Looking for a used camera if anyone local has one for sale? I have a point and click Kodak but I want more....more....zoom, macros. Maine Man caved and gave me some moola for my birthday although all he really wanted to buy me was a dishwasher. What a guy ;)

10 comments:

fullfreezer said...

Love the carrot! Sorry, I've just got a little digital Kodak as well. Well, we have a better one but it's generally too much trouble to get it out for everyday stuff and it doesn't travel as easily as my little one.
Judy

Farmgirl_dk: said...

I got so many of these zany carrots this year, do you know what causes them? Did we plant them too close together? Not thin them sufficiently? They have such personality, don't they? :-)

Life is good! said...

our carrots are all narly this year also, but i love the look. they are just beasts to peel! great for halloween decor if they don't wilt, which they will so maybe not great for that. just have to eat them!

Mandie said...

What a carrot!! I don't seem to have luck with carrots. Every time I try to grow them they die on me, lol.

I have an Easy Share camera and it works pretty good. It is easy to load pics on the computer. The really bad thing about it is it doesn't take good pictures in a gym or auditorium. The pics. always turn out dark. I bring my trusty 35mm for those photos!

Karen Sue said...

Mandy-
if your is like mine, use the auto setting and no flash and do not zoom. do your zooming on your computer. A friend gave me these tips and it helps..although really, my gym pictures are mostly not so good if someone is moving much, so I shoot a bunch and if I get 5 good ones a night, that's why they have that delete button, right??

YD, sometimes with Samantha & June said...

Say, is that a purple haze carrot? I got some that looked like that too.

June said...

Ghoulish! Maybe this is an early Halloween post, yes?

Gotta love the things carrots can do under there while the gardeners are going about the weeding and watering and whiling away time until harvest. Carrots have to be the most agile vegetables. Although I've seen tomatoes do some weird contortions too. (Sorry about your blight, btw. We had it too but limped through to a minor crop. What a year!)

Mrs. Mordecai said...

Whoa! Is that a carrot? It looks really neat.

Country Girl said...

LOVED YOUR RESPONSES AS ALWAYS!

FG, I AM THINKING (KNOWING) I DID NOT THIN MY PLANTS ENOUGH. ONGOING ISSUE I HAVE!

MANDIE, I HAVE THE SAME AND HAVE THE SAME ISSUES WITH IT!

warren said...

Cool carrot! I guess it's kinda cool to share it with a couple of friend...everyone gets a leg!