Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Autumn Fruit Composition






The harvest continues on in other people's gardens :-). This time Catherine invited me to pick a few branches of persimmons and crab apples. The persimmons are still not ripe enough to eat, and my kitchen is still full of baskets of fruit anyway, so I made a display for the dining room table, considering that now there are not to many cutting flowers in the garden.


I could never thank Arfi enough for having showed me the use of Camera+ on the iPhone. You can transform photos in something that looks almost like a painting, and it is so much fun!


Sorry no recipe today, but sometimes I am just happy with the pleasure that I can get from a flower, pardon, fruit composition: it does wonders to a room, and to my mood :-).




Photos by Alessandra Zecchini ©



28 comments:

  1. Che meraviglia Alessandra, mi fa un certo effetto sapere che tu vivi l'inizio dell'autunno e da me qui a Roma si stà appena e a fatica affcciando la primavera...

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  2. Anche per me fa un certo effetto leggere i vostri blog pieni di fragole e asparagi, ma mi piace anche, mi da idee per il futuro :-)

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  3. That's a beautiful fruit arrangement...full of freshness and colour.

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  4. l'autunno per me rimane sempre la stagione più magica per le sue luci e i suoi colori. baci

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  5. Le meline sevatiche!Quanto le amo!!!!però. scusami man non farei scambio di stagione;)!

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  6. beautiful pictures and wonderful place.love to be there.

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  7. per un attimo ho detto ma come mai ha i cachi e le mele adesso ad Maggio, mi ero dimenticato che sei dall'altra parte del mondo, beh tutte quelle cose buone ci fanno u po invidia :-))

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  8. Beautiful color arrangement of delicious fruits. Are you planning on using the persimmons???They make delicious jam and perhaps tea???

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  9. Delicious fruits, otherpart of world it is autumn. Here it is spring and getting towards summer.

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  10. Lovely Lovely photos you have there! They must be delicious too! I am your latest follower :)

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  11. Bellissimo. Adoro i colori dell'autunno.

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  12. Nice clicks..is any recipe coming with these? :)

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  13. Sobha, not sure what I will do, probably just eat them as they are, like most of my fruit, but I have a nice recipe of Icy persimmons on my side bar: go to 'Cuisine on the net' and click 'Winter Desserts' to download the recipe.

    ciao
    A.

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  14. Lovely images Alessandra. I love the art effect.

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  15. Bravo, Alessandra. I can feel the Autumn effect on those photos ;) Keep rocking!

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  16. sì fa un po' effetto pensare che da te è già autunno...quei colori sono meravigliosi, i gialli, gli arancioni, i rossi, tipici di quella stagione sono belli metto calore, non tristezza...baci

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  17. Oh my goodness...your images are beautiful...I love fall...my favourite time of year...enjoy my sweet friend. xo

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  18. Really like persimmons as floral decoration, they are so cheerful !
    I've also been inspired by Autumn bounty lately... How not to be anyway !

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  19. Look at all of those beautiful Autumnal colours there! Just gorgeous :D

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  20. Questa bellissima composizione ti farebbe perdonare anche se non postassi ricette per un mese (non ci provare, però ;-)), sai che l'autunno è la mia stagione preferita e le immagini che ci regali dal tuo mondo "a testa in giù" mi danno tanta serenità!

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  21. Beh. grazie Onde, e poi per un po di mesi adesso mi tocca postare ricette autunnali e invernali :-).

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  22. How beautiful, such stunning and vivid colours!

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  23. Replies
    1. In English it is called persimmon, in Japanese Kaki, in Italian Caco

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