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HiI grew up on a farm in Kent UK and have always enjoyed the countryside and being outdoors.
I have attained a certificate of Graduation from the New York Institute of Photography.
My work has been used for for Greetings card’s ,calendar’s ,books ,magazine’s as well as wall art and canvas prints.
All of my images are copyright of Jeremy Sage and may not be copied or reproduced in any way without my express written permission.
Wonderful focus and DOF, Jez!!!! :)))
Thank you sooo much my friend , your comments are always appreciated :~)Jez x
You know, I don’t mean to sound dumb here but I have always heard you can roast these? I tried it last winter and they didn’t taste right to me. They were not what I thought a nut should taste like. Is there a specific way to do that? You don’t have to answer but I was curious. I really like how you have captured it.
Hi Donna, they are possibly an aquired taste , you roast them in the brown shell on a bbq or an oven until they go dark brown / black about 20 mins, then peel of the shell ,make sure that you peel of the furry skin that clings to the actual cooked nut as this tastes quite bitter. They should have quite a sweet tast and unlike most nuts are quite soft with a texture a bit similar to roast potato.hope this helpsJez xxx :~)
THIS IS MAGNIFIC WORK !!!
Grazie Guendalyn e hugs , Jez xx
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