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October 19, 2012


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I've bought ornamental kale at my farmers market. It is really beautiful. However: when it starts to go bad, get it out of the house right away--it stinks!!


Wonder if it tastes as good as it looks? :)

Nomadic Samuel

These are gorgeous shots! The last macro shot is really lovely.

Dominique King

Sonja-don't know about the taste, but after Amy's comment, I'm not sure I want to smell it!

Thanks, Samuel. These were pretty much grab shots I took as I was walking along the street...but the plants were so pretty, I just had to take them.

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