Posted by Conor Cullen
Posted on September 6, 2014, in Food, Gardening, Ireland, Nature, Photography, Wexford and tagged cabbage, garden, purple, Tintern Abbey, Walled Garden, Wexford. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.
Cabbages have such wonderful bluey-greens – nice shots of that vegetable we all hated at school (now loved!).
Thanks. I love to eat it now too!
I love taking photos of plants they are so interesting … particularly cabbages
It was a new venture for me! Plants are great though, I found the rain made them more interesting.
and insects too …and the light through the leaves is gorgeous
Welcome back. Hope to see your work more regularly. Great photos!
Thanks so much. I hope you see it more regularly too! 🙂
A wonderful homage to the wonderful cabbage.
I would never have imagined that cabage can be so pretty !!
Thank you. It caught my eye – glad you like it too! I have just been enjoying your beautiful images.
So I have noticed ! 🙂 thank you for all your likes and taking the time to visit my blog Conor 😀
Nature itself made a natural gradient 😀
Wonderful color and detail.
It was a fine cabbage, that’s for sure!
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