December 20, 2007


Originally uploaded by Skeller5
Today I pulled all these many lemons off my tiny lemon tree, to get them before the rain could knock them to the ground to rot. Funny "winter" we have here in SoCal.


Mama Peep said...

I just LOVE LOVE LOVE your eye for beauty. Thos pictures are great. Who knew lemons could be so beautiful.

I will trade you my WA winter for your SoCal winter. How about it???


Skeller said...

Thanks, Patricia! And no way to the trade. It's COLD up there. I can't even survive a SoCal "winter" without polar fleece (I'm a real weenie that way). :-) said...

We loved our lemon tree up in No yummy, great for lemon squares, lemonade, on fish, etc.

Yay, I think I'm up to date with you now, just in time to leave the UK for Colorado for 13 days...

Christmas blessings.

So glad to know about your lovely photo blog. Someday I'll post again on mine, perhaps!

Skeller said...

K- May these travels be more smooth and timely than your Venice travels!! Enjoy your family and skiing (I just know you guys will hit the slopes!).

Tina said...

Wow amazing photo!

I love our WA winter. Don't like it when we loose power, but all in all, I couldn't stand CA warm weahter. I am a true Washingtonian!

Merry Christmas.


KathyJo said...

Gah, I'm so jealous of your photography skills. Come stay with me a week and teach me how to look at things like that. In return, I'll let you milk the goats. :D

Skeller said...

Hey Kathy-
I've got a better idea ... why don't YOU come out HERE where it's warm and sunny, and we'll play with cameras. And the boys can come. But maybe leave Ernie home to feed those goats?! (cause, isn't it about time that you meet one of your web friends before he does??)

KathyJo said...

If it wasn't for the idea of me alone with four small children on a plane, I'd be on my way to the airport. ;)

Are you saying you don't want to milk the goats? LOL