‘Squash Seedlings’ by Heidi Lewis
Thanks to everyone who submitted photos for the Photo Mission: Your Garden from the Ground. I received quite a lot of photos. I have chosen the best four and posted them below. I’m sure you’ll agree they are quite stunning.
‘Fava Jungle’ by David LaFerney
‘Red Onions’ by Francis Roundtree
‘Rainbow Chard’ by Michelle Parsons
Watch out for another photo mission very soon!
I love these photos’ they make me feel like a bug I can tell a lot of effort has gone into these. Good idea :)
Beautiful, all! Especially love the fava shot.
What great shots! I can imagine everyone wriggling around on the ground to get the best angle. Thanks all.
they’re great! I keep meaning to take a photo every time I go to the allotment – perhaps I should set up a webcam on it (Can you get web cams that are self contained and save the pics to memory stick? I think you must be able to..)
Anyway you’ve inspired me enough to go and take some photos.
It does create a little vegetable envy though – why haven’t I planted some red onions too? Maybe next year…
Excellent shots – some perky looking onions there. Shame the weather and my schedule didn’t overlap enough for me to submit a couple of shots – fingers crossed for the next photo mission.
Great photos. I especially like the chard one.
What a great idea. I like your Photo Mission, mtp!
These photos are making me green with envy. The veg looks so advanced.
I’d love to know the location of each shot. Wish my garden was looking like this, or maybe I’m just a bit of a slow starter…
So excited I made the cut!
For the record, leafyleith, I am roughly half way between York & Durham.
Hello from Oklahoma,
Your photos just prove that things look different
from a different perspective, in the garden and
in life. Frances, I loved the red onions and would
love to be there to eat some with Black-eyed Peas
and U. S. Southern cornbread!
@ leafyleith – The fava shot is in my garden in Tennessee in the southeast region of the U.S.
Beautiful photos, all of them! My favorite is “Fava jungle”, amazing angle!
I second Jo’s comment. I loved the chard photo. I haven’t yet planted mine but look forward to several crops, in both my backyard and community garden plot. Wonderful photos!
Just beautiful! Good luck choosing:)
Wow, love the Rainbow Chard! My hubby and I have some growing in our garden (we built a “Square Foot Garden” last summer) and are amazed at how constantly it refreshes itself! It’s almost like little trees, with chard leaves attached. Great for our daily salads and so pretty too!
Absolutely love the squash seeds. These photos would make a great calendar, or book, or coasters, or anything else you can put a photo on. Got a range coming out soon mtp?
Hi Debbie, Thanks for commenting
These photos are not mine, they were taken by my lovely readers as listed. So I couldn’t really use them. I did do a calendar this year http://www.mytinyplot.co.uk/?p=677 and I plan to do one next year but hopefully I will be able to make it a bit cheaper