Was Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
Interesting textures and colors in your photo, but a problem if you are trying to grow tomatoes.
Hello Taken for Granted. Sometimes it's satisfying to stand back and think 'Although I would rather this hadn't happened, it's beautiful all the same.'
Wonderful the bright red/orange against the grayish tones of the weathered wood. The rotting part of the tomato echoes those tones. Very organic, and, actually, appealing!
Is that from your garden? I hope it's the only one to be appreciated. =) Great contrast in colors against the wood.
Hello Boromax. I'm glad you find the tomato with the blossom end rot appealing as I do too - though hesitated before putting it here. Fascinating to me as well as the colours is that the end with the rot is absolutely flat across instead of curved.
Hello Susan. Yes. In a greenhouse on my allotment. We had an unusually hot summer and it was difficult to be completely consistent with watering so I lost four tomatoes to blossom end rot. When I say 'four' I mean just four fruits, not plants. As it's not a disease I was able to pick them off, photograph this one - and eat all the rest. (Still am. The smaller ones are ripening even in October, it's been such a good crop.)
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