Green With Envy – these little peppers will never be as large. Just before I took this shot, I reached into a neighboring bin and tossed in one of the large variety for contrast. Got a laugh too.Bulk food display, Mexican market.Central California
pepper vegetables market food green
A second before I shot this, I grabbed one large chili pepper from the bin next to it an tossed into the bin with the small ones. The image lends itself to fun captions. Something about leadership or parenting or . . . ? I thought “Pepper Envy” might be too risque for RB! Hah! Thanks for viewing and taking the time to comment, Michael. I’m going to visit your RB porfolio.
I did! Very impressive. Lots of wonderful worthy work. I commented on “Mushrooms” asking you to share the name of the program you used to make the kaleidescope. I would love to learn it.
I think “Pepper Envy” would be so much better of a title. LOL I think RB can handle it. Good thinking adding the large pepper; it really added to the total composition. I had thought I told you the program used for making kaleidoscopes, sorry. I use Coral PaintShop Pro X2. It’s fun.
I just wrote a book – a collection of my short stories. I thought that creating a kaleidescope of elements from each story for the cover would be a great idea. I didn’t know how. Now I just have to do it. Oh, the program distorts though. Maybe I mean a mandala of some of the items in the stories. If you like ironic short stories, please visit my Writing. I’d love to hear your feedback.Ellen
And I’m changing Green with Envy to Pepper Envy, per your vote!
L.O.L. Now I see what you mean Ellen. That was cute, and a great composition! Green has to be one of my favorite colors and the hues here are so very rich!
Beautiful work!!! Congratulations on your feature March 16th, 2011
So nice of you to honor me and this image. Thank you Evita for this and for all your hard work as a volunteer group Host.Cordially, Ellen
Congratulations. Excellent capture.
Apparently you made this nice comment 12 MONTHS AGO! I’ve been on Redbubble every day. How did this slip by me??! I am a BIG FAN of compliments – so, Lucinda – even though this is an extremely late response . . . (how rude! LOL!) please know how much I appreciate hearing from you!Cordially, Ellen
HOW COOL IS THIS!!! Thank you for the Feature and for Hosting the Monochrome in Color Group! Cordially, Ellen
Ellen I loved this when I saw it 12 months ago & still do. PS don’t worry about the late reply. Things are so easy to miss. Congratulations on your features!
Thank you for forgiving me! I just noticed this pepper image is on the feed at the top of the page. They usually disappear quickly so I’m delighted I saw it there!! (Its a mystery who chooses to put them there – but I see mine occasionally when a Host of a Group "Favorites them. Thanks again, my friend!Cordially, Ellen
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