Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
Just a note to say that I continue to enjoy your drawings and photos both. This one is particularly stunning, Lori.
WHOA! This is one incredible image.
Honey, is that chard? I've got a bunch of that stuff to make a delicious casserole, a gratin with chard, pine nuts, feta, a few olives and a few golden raisins (not sure if there are raisins in the recipe.) I thought kale was all green, but I could be wrong, though I never have been before, of course.
You sure that ain't swiss chard?
I don't care about the caption... (And I'm mostly a meat and carbs kinda girl, myself.) I'm just glad you haven't forsaken your camera for your pencils!Lovely.
Beautiful chard! I grow red chard just for the backlit glow (my partner hates to eat vegetables he personally knows, which kind of limits my pragmatic approach).
Backlit glow all right! I've grown that red-veined chard in a previous life and have used it in recipes similar to the one Laura described. Now I'm inspired, in this north Missouri ice-bound period, to try for some kale photos!
The light runing through the veins, it looks like life!
A fine pic, lori.
great backlit leaves!
pretty - I like both
Great detail colour and texture!
This photo moves me Lori right in the pit of my stomac, it speaks Contrast colors contrast values contrast hard and soft lines it has everything
What's this? No little chard-chewing worm, no suffering holes, no raggy edges? But the world is broken! Isn't it?
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