Friday, August 3, 2007

Seasonal Fruit


I took this photo with my cell phone so I beg your perdon about its poor quality. However I loved to capture these seasonal fruits that remind to wood and those aroma smellings I'm afraid hey're in part lost for ever.

Ho scattato questa fotografia col mio telefono cellulare sicché chiedo perdono circa la sua bassa qualità. Mi è comunque piaciuto catturare questi frutti stagionali che ricordano il bosco e quegli odori che temo in parte perdute per sempre.
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21 comments:

zentmrs said...

This does look delicious indeed! And I so wish you could publish the aromas.....



zentmrs
Putting Out the Fire

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Great looking berries. What's in the bags? Edible flowers?

Strangetastes said...

Luscious! There is a growing movement in the US to reduce one's carbon footprint, as it's called these days, by eating more locally grown food and avoiding, when possible, things that have been trucked or shipped over long distances. The supermarkets in our area have big displays of produce grown in Missouri and Illinois, our neighbor across the Mississippi River. Is this something people talk about in Europe?

Notwithstanding all of this, I ate an apple from New Zealand today.

Bob

Annie said...

Here in the southern U.S. we can buy fruits much like these earlier in the summertime. I'm sorry to say that now at this time of the season they must be purchased frozen or canned.

Sunkyoung said...

I love berries a lot. This photo makes me like to eat any fruits right now.

I just found a cinematheque will screen 'Dopo Mezzanotte(After Midnight)' by Davide Ferrario and amazingly the film was hot in Torino. I'm so much looking forward to seeing it!

nazzareno said...

Si vede proprio che non vedi l'ora che finisca l'estate...

Oya said...

Oh, I would use a mix of this berries on a pie crust....Baking time....

Keropok Man said...

I am tempted!
I would want to pick on so many of the fruits I see there!

Did you buy them?

Chuckeroon said...

Black berries already? Lovely little posting for the summer. Weather is getting better...hope you can enjoy it.

jules said...

These look wonderful! Late August is the time when I go to pick our blueberries at a blueberry farm about 10 minutes from my house. We pick and eat our way though, and once we have a good amount we freeze most to take us though the winter.

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

You might've seen it already, but in case you haven't, the answer to the question you asked is here.

Nikon said...

We're getting a lot of fruits and vegetables picked here now - everything at once it seems :)
A great time for gardeners and day-trippers.

Jilly said...

Looks a great photo to me. Wouldn't have guessed it was taken on a portable telephone. Love all those fruits, especially blueberries which are supposed to improve memory - so I'm eating them! Errr, what's that you said? I forget...

Lavenderlady said...

This is my favorite time of the year.

Abraham Lincoln said...

That is a nice photograph of some delicious looking fresh produce and fruits.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

@ Fénix: uhm no, just smelling petals

@ Strangetastes: in some way here too. They always suggest "Buy Italian" but, you see, people want oranges in October (so they come from Spain), then love tomatos all the year so they come from elsewhere...

@ Sunkyoung: I replied on your blog about Italian movies :-) Mai I ask if "Sunkyoung" is your first name or family name?

@ Nazzareno: in some way you're in right considered I hate living with temps above 25° :-)

@ Keropok: no I didn't (tempted but I didn't)

@ Fénix again:
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Thank Fénix. I got it since today but unfortunately too busy to reply as I wanted.

First of all it's a pity you didn't have chance to exercise italian speaking and comprehension. Twenty years it's a very long time and I bet that none should be able to *write* a foreign language like you. Then, generally, it's more easy to speak and to remember in some way after 20 years, a foreign language than to write it. You say you have lost fluency... Gasp ! I can't imagine what you were able to do when you were fluent in it !!! I'm afraid that Dante Alighieri could be considered just a scribbler compared to you. LOL.

I'm sure should be fine if you had chance to come to visit Italy going back with memory to that dear friend and her family listening and talking Italian. If one day you will come I hope that after Roma and Nazzareno you would consider to come to visit Torino too :-)

Scusami molto per la lunghezza. A presto !

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Sunkyoung said...

Thank you for your not-too-long and kind comment on my personal blog. I'll reply to it soon. My full name is 'Sunkyoung Lee', so 'Sunkyoung' is my first name. In Korea, like other East Asian countries, we put our given names first in our own languages.

Kate said...

They all look delectable!

Sonia said...

Hummm! Those fruits looks yummy!

Sunkyoung said...

I just found I mistakenly gave you wrong information. We say our family name first and then given names. So, I am called 'Lee Sunkyoung' in Korea. What was I thinking???:S

Lothiane said...

I love berries! These look delicious. :)