The images and the text below the images are from a few years ago, I am re-posting a bunch of stuff lately.
I took photos of the moon and the peaches on my tree, posted it and a girl named Tina came across my blog and told me she wanted peaches, so even though I hadn't met her yet (at least I don't think I had), I brought her peaches to a photographer meet-up that we were both attending. And later on she second-shot weddings at the Renaissance Festival and Ashley Manor for me.
Moral of the story: tell me you want peaches off my tree and eventually you will get to work with me on photographing weddings.
I LOVE giving people peaches off my tree this time of year. They are so ridiculously good - hot and juicy and peach-i-liciously amazing, there's nothing like them.
The peaches came a week earlier than they usually do this year (Climate change in my backyard???). Every other year they have come on the trees on about May 20th and last til about May 25th before the birds get them.
I've started making a peach cobbler in the kitchen and am kind of editing photos at the same time, going back and forth between the two things.....wishing this Sunday evening wouldn't end, you know what I mean?
Text from May '09:
Moonrise, fairy grass, new peaches on the tree.
I was so surprised to see the moon tonight. Does that happen to you? The evening that it is full or almost full, the first time I see it in the sky, my eyes pop out, my head swings back to stare up at it, I know I am making it sound a bit cartoonish, but I am always surprised to see it, kinda like....like it's an alien in the sky, a UFO or something, like oh my goodness what is that up there? Oh yes, the moon. Why, Hello Moon!