Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle (I)


Monday 31 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

This week’s first entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge brings you three shots of just three of a number of trays of tomatoes I’ve just placed out in the late summer sun to dry. Experience has shown that we needs temps of 35C (95F) or above to do the job and ensure they don’t go mouldy, so no problem there! Sun-dried tomatoes; one of life’s little pleasures I think 🙂

Hope you enjoy this entry.










12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle (I)

  1. June says:

    Gorgeous looking tomatoes. How long does it take them to dry and how to you keep the flies off them? I canned most of my tomatoes this year, but might try this next year. Thanks!

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  2. mukhamani says:

    Nice 🙂 For how many days do you dry the tomatoes and what do you use them in. I must try:) Here we dry banana slices and raw mangoes. Thanks.


  3. Wonderful angles .. I appear to have tomato envy. Mine got zapped with blight last season …


  4. dayphoto says:

    Life should be full of little pleasures! Excellent crop!


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  5. yhealthy2000 says:

    Nice photo. Those delicious tomatoes! Yum.


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