An Heirloom Tomato, a Pear, and a Red Pomegranate
Captured some still life images today . . . Still . . . yet existing in a busy world. Still . . . yet speaking to form, to color, to texture, to life . . . A voice of age.I bought this pomegranate because of its brilliant color and because I know there are dozens of glistening rubies hidden within this simple orb.
Heirloom tomatoes are not smooth, evenly circular, of consistent tones, nor are they predictable . . . except that their taste is exquisite.