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Attack of the shrivelled tomatoes
Posted By: thomasjmpark, 05-19-2008, 04:48 PM

Hi,

Have been enjoying the heat recently so have not had much time for anything else. Heres a request though There not smaller than garden peas now!





Rubbish update i know but have been busy, these 1s are almost raisins
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05-19-2008, 05:18 PM   #2
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That is awesome Tom! You can't know how much I have pined for a view of your shriveled little friends. My life is complete - now I can die.
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Wow, what a lovely shade of yellow! Thanks for the follow up.
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QuoteOriginally posted by J.Scott Quote
That is awesome Tom! You can't know how much I have pined for a view of your shriveled little friends. My life is complete - now I can die.
It looks like they already did....a long time ago!

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wow thomas, that's just gross! i've been following your series and i can't believe you didn't throw those things out! they do make for interesting photography tho ... i think it's time to let it go and throw them out, hopefully you haven't become too attached to them, or they aren't releasing toxins into the air :|
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Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaa !!! that's the ticket.
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Thanks everyone Well i have to say, these little guys have served me well being sat in my cupboard for that length of time
But its true, time to move on, I will give the little guys a small send off at the my nearest lake I think, cant decide whether they should be flaming though!

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The colour and the texture really stands out well. Love this style of still photography
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its about time!!!

Well its about time !!!!! lol.. Very interesting though....

You could almost make your own documentary Tom... LOL..

The Death of a Tomato......... A Photo Documentary....

May I ask what you were doing with these?? or was it just simply curosity..

Thanks for the update.. the colors are very pretty.. Kim
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