It is a lovely view Maria.
That is quite a view!
Looking down on the tomatoes, it's awesome.
What a beautiful view you have beautiful photos from the hill.
It is a lovely view.My paranoid self honed in on the smoke on the horizon though.
Have no idea what they were burning on the horizon, could have been sugarcane - just a thought.
Nothing quite like a fresh tomato.
True as long as they are tasty.
I just wish they didn't have to grow tomatoes with such hard skins necessary to transport them a couple of thousand kilometres south.
Oh yes, tough skins from Bowen. A few years ago some one gave us tomatoes as they were a picker, gosh they were really tough as in skins...pity really and not a lot of taste though. This year the tomatoes down here have been rather tasty, best for years.
What a view
Yes, it's a good one Jo-Anne.
Around Bowen, and Gumlu...such productive areas. The best honeydew melon I've ever tasted was grown in Gumlu.
Bet your mouth is watering.
Fresh tomatoes are the best. I have tried to grow them but never successfully, so now try to get them at farmers markets. The photos are lovely.
Thanks Rosie.Do love nice tomatoes and they can be found at times. We used to grow our own some years ago with great success.
I've got tomatoes on my mind now!!
Hopefully you will grow some come your spring..
Espléndidos huertos Margaret. Ye estamos removiendo la tierra del nuestro para sembrar en abril.Un abrazo.
Thank you Laura.
Lovely view. I am imagine a field full of tomatoes.
There are so many tomatoes on the trees it's hard to believe until you actually see them.
Tomatoes are one of my favorite vegetables.
I'm fond of them too John, yet I'm not a lover of tomatoe sauce.
Beautiful scenery. Feel like being there.
It is nice.
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Bom dia, linda página, lindas imagens. Bom final semana.
Es preciosa Margaret. Besos.
That is a great view, lovely photographs.All the best Jan