snap it { home }

welcome & a big thank you to everyone who played along last week. it was great to see so many great happy photos. i look forward to popping over to your blogs again this week to see your interpretation of the topic {home}. click here to learn how to play. 

my husband is responsible for our home grown fruit & veg. it's lots of fun being able to watch things grow & then taste.

next weeks topic is YUM

16 comments:

  1. Gorgeous photo! How lovely to have home grown tomatoes

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  2. Lovely photo, we didn't grow many tomatoes this year but those that we have seem to disappear before I get to try them! My husband told me they're all very good! ;)

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  3. They look so yummy! Are they nice and sweet???

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  4. charlie & lola call them moon squirters...I have a feeling these ones would taste great. beautiful photo. xo

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  5. Love your twist on Home. Your tomatoes are beautifully. But don't tell your husband we all said so, or he might get big headed ;)

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  6. We are not so good at growing things - have to buy everything! :D

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  7. What a gorgeous photo... and they look SO delicious, home grown is best :o) xo

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  8. home grown tomatoes are the best. my tomatoes are still green. extremely slow again this year. i need to build a greenhouse :)

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  9. Gorgeous photo, very jealous you are in tomato season...it's freezing here!

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  10. Those tomatoes look so nice. We haven't got any home grown this year and I miss them. Missing my daily tomato on toast fix.

    I missed your link up - can I link here a day late? http://greatbalancingact-blog.blogspot.com.au/2012/02/snap-it-grown.html

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    1. Hehe - somehow I missed it was 'home' and thought it was 'grown!' whoops!!

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  11. Hi Sarah, looks like I missed out on this week, but am looking forward to Yum! Plenty of Yum going on here...

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  12. I'm going to try for some tomatoes next year. This year they all rotted due to the manic rain and a very waterlogged part of the garden. x

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  13. I love this shot, Sarah! Have a great weekend x

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