A couple of days ago I discovered that Juliet, my hybrid grape/Roma tomato plant has set a few clusters of fruit. When I went out this morning to set up the sprinkler to water my dying lawn because my automatic sprinklers need repair, I admired my clusters of tomatoes, then remembered that today’s challenge theme is “starts with ‘T'” so after watering, I took this photo.
With this morning’s photo, I have advanced from the Import/Export window in Lightroom to the Develop module. I can now crop a photo which is what I did to this shot. I had to cope with lots of tomato leaves, stems and supports which were all pretty distracting so I got rid of most by cropping out everything but the “two tiny tomatoes.”
Focal Length 300mm
2 thoughts on “Day 183—Two Tiny Tomatoes”
Beautiful shot- excellent composition! The super crisp focus and the water drops make the photo! And I have to say- congratulations on moving into the Develop Module! You have made faster progress than I did- it took me 3 weeks before I could do a vertical crop. I had to google it!
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