Red

Image: Su Leslie 2019

The strawberries and pomegranates are both finished for the season. Just sweet, tart memories of how red is the colour of surprise.

Posted to Debbie’s One Word Sunday | red

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30 thoughts on “Red

  1. And in our shops we already see the first very pale and surely tasteless straws….. pomegranates not – but I always buy a few and let them dry. Those who survive and donβ€˜t just foul away, are being kept as decorative natural art objects – they look stunning and awake my need for summery thoughts and warm feelings! I’m easy to pleasy…. πŸ˜‰

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      • Itβ€˜s pure laziness on my side – I LOVE everything about pomegranates but they are hell to shell and the few times I tried it, I had to repaint my kitchen afterwards….. AND they are too costly to eat them, really πŸ˜‰

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      • Hehe. They are really cheap here in season, and basically just not available the rest of the year. I really enjoy the whole process of taking the arils out. Haven’t had to re-decorate. β€” yet πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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