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Hmm, wonder how much oil I could get from this one branch? This is a lovely little wanderer from my next door neighbors tree. These are nice neighbors. They like trees. (see Shower me with Gold)

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1/500 f/4.5 15.1mm ISO 64

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  • snapdecisions
    snapdecisionsover 3 years ago

    Lovely capture Sandy!

  • Appreciate it Trev. Not sure if you took the time to read the side article. It gets more interesting about 1/2 thru – :) Sandy

    – seeya

  • phil1950
    phil1950over 3 years ago

    Great shot Sandy, love the lighting, well done

  • Thanks Phil. I got lucky to have that one branch curving away from the tree and into some good light. Sandy

    – seeya

  • paintingsheep
    paintingsheepover 3 years ago

    Very beautiful Sandy! A lovely portrait of Nature’s Best!!

  • This was a bonus photo – I don’t go back into this side of the yard very often. Thanks Gena.

    – seeya

  • BingoStar
    BingoStarover 3 years ago

    Great capture Sandy and they do look very healthy..<:)Bingo!

  • This is the first crop in 42 years. The original owners always cut the tree back or sprayed to not have to deal with the olives. It was allowed to grow the last two years, so perhaps these are 42 years worth of olives just waiting to make their appearance! Thanks for stopping by. Sandy

    – seeya

  • BingoStar
    BingoStarover 3 years ago

    Hey Sandy Olive oil is so good for your skin I use it on my face instead of some stuff I can`t afford LOL. Hope you do well with it.. Have a warm day..Bingo!

  • My hairdresser showed me one of her elderly clients whose hair was still a lusterous black. No hair dye-after all, your hairdresser would know. Anyway, all she used as a conditioner on her hair was olive oil, plus she drank a tablespoon of it a day. Maybe I can freeze the olives and take out a few each day, roll them around in my hands to get some oil out, and have at it! Actually, my sis-in-law used olive oil as the base of some products she made and gave to me one Christmas. They were quite wonderful. Sandy

    – seeya

  • fezoj64
    fezoj64over 3 years ago

    Looks great opposite blue sky!Gorgeous capture Sandy. ..Jozef

  • I appreciate your comments Jozef. We did have a very lovely day. Sandy

    – seeya

  • marens
    marensover 3 years ago

    wonderful capture Sandy – love olive trees, we have a lot of these!!

  • Olives grow quite well in Calif, but nowhere near the amount grown in Tuscany-one of the most beautiful areas I have ever seen! Thank you for your kind comments. Sandy

    – seeya

  • Marens, I appreciate the fave-thanks. Sandy

    – seeya

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