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Tomato - - Sweet Bite..
Lens: 28 - 105 Camera: K30 Photo Location: NW Tasmania. 
Posted By: Terry C, 01-25-2018, 08:24 PM

"Sweet Bite" was a new variety for me, but the plantings were very successful. They are just a bit smaller than a golf ball.

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01-26-2018, 01:17 AM   #2
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Very nice photography, sir. I like the colors, sharpness and exposure. Very interesting and fun.

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Very nice photography, sir. I like the colors, sharpness and exposure. Very interesting and fun.

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Thanks. The lens was an early full frame 28 - 105 from my MZ5 film camera. Just thought that I would give it a run on the digital.
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Those look delicious! Could you please send some to Canada?

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A beautiful still life. Great composition and color. I love cherry tomatoes. Seems like there are new varieties to try out every year. One I highly recommend is a yellow variety called Sun Sugar.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Terry C Quote
"Sweet Bite" was a new variety for me, but the plantings were very successful. They are just a bit smaller than a golf ball.
SWEET 100 with another marketing name/spin....
Try Black Cherry next for a prolific old style acid bite...
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Nicely presented...tomatoes straight of the vine taste best...good eating to you.

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Like the tomatoes and good job.
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