Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Plum Season

Plum season is at its highest right now, and what an opportunity to make plum jam out of them or simply pluck them from the tree and eat them right away. Our gardens in our weekend-house are filled with plum trees and my parents have been making plum jam last weekend, and it's so delicious.

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Here is the end product, waiting to be smeared on some toasted bread and butter!

30 comments:

  1. Hallo Mersad,

    wirklich coole Aufnahmen ... und lecker ist das ganze ja sowieso :)

    LG

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    1. Das mit dem Lecker kann ich nur bestätigen!

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  2. Hmmm.....looks very delicious Mersad.....you have made good photo's.

    Greetings, Joop

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  3. i am drooling on my keyboard just thinking about the taste of these plums. and the photos are so beautiful..

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    1. They really are tender and juicy.

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  4. Oh, Wow! You are a great photographer, Mersad! I love every picture very much. These plums are very delicious. And the bottles of plum jam is so tempting!

    Excellent photography!

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  5. i do not like plums as i ate too many as a kid. :)

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    1. Oh no, a childhood trauma :) Thanks for stopping by though!

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  6. Oh I love plums and your plum jelly looks so good!!

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    1. It tastes good too, I'll ask my mom for the recipe.

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  7. Beautiful rich colors, Mersad. I like the angles you choose.. how you see the world. You have a good eye!

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    1. Thanks so much. Love your work as well.

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  8. There are photographers who make food pictures look really appetising and there are some who can't ... you belong in the first category. Like Sandra, you have me drooling over the plum jam.

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    1. Thank you for the compliment!

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  9. :)

    unsere Pflaumenzeit ist schon vorbei - aber ich mage das Balu der Zwetschgen auch gerne fotografieren - vertraute schöne Bilder!

    LG von Senna

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    1. Habt Ihr auch Pflaumenmuß gemacht?

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  10. You really captured the beauty and lushness of these gorgeous plums...Your trees are loaded; all the more to eat and make lots of that delicious jelly...YOu are fortunate to have a mom who makes jelly for you....

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    1. Thanks so much. I am very thankful for my mom and the fact that we have home made organic jam. Tastes miles better than the store bought thing.

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  11. So beautiful, and this winter you can continue to taste all the beauty you captured with your camera!

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    1. That's what I love about photography!

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  12. I'll bet those sweet plums of yours taste WAY better than the ones we buy in the grocery stores here! The jam looks wonderful.

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    1. Thanks. I really think they do. :)

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  13. Beautiful shot, and I think is a good marmelade

    Ciao
    Stefano

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    1. Thanks for following me. Just saw your blog and you have some great images there!

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  14. I've never seen such a laden plum tree. I love plums. Hawkes Bay in New Zealand where I live part of the time is the fruit bowl of the country but I don't ever recall seeing plum trees. Odd. There must be some. I must keep an eye out for them this coming season.

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    1. If you find them, post them, would love to see some plums from down under! :)

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