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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Let the sun shine in


Let the sun shine into your life.

I took these images at my friend's Macadamia nut farm yesterday at Roelands near Bunbury, for her new Facebook page. 
Nuts are available to purchase at the Boyanup markets the fourth Sunday of every month. 






 roasted before shelling



Don't you just love that light! 



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Mosaic Monday
Our World Tuesday

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Wednesday Around the World at Communal Global
Agent Mystery Case
What's It Wednesday



26 comments:

  1. Very interesting. I haven't seen these kind of nuts here. Great pics.

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  2. That first photo takes first prize - wonderful!
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/06/falling-water.html

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  3. How interesting to see the nuts in their raw form, probably taste pretty good fresh too.
    Jill, the first photo looks like the sunbeams were air brushed on, what an amazing capture!
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday.

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  4. Love, love, love the shot of the sun through the trees. I could look at those scenes forever!

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  5. Beautiful rays of light shining down through the trees. Is it strange that I always associate macadamia nuts with Hawaii? I suppose that must be America's closest source.

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    1. I wouldn't have known that they can grow here either if my friend wasn't growing them!

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  6. Very interesting, thank you for sharing. Beautiful light coming through the trees.

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  7. Gorgeous trees and sunlight. I have seen the macadamia nuts in Hawaii. Lovely series of images and post, Jill!

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  8. Beautiful warmth of glow, glorious sunshine and light. We Love Macadamia nuts here, but the price is so high, we seldom purchase them. The images show such beauty! Hugs

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    1. Yes they are expensive here too Mary :)

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  9. How interesting ! I have never seen such trees !

    http://gattinatravels.blogspot.com/

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  10. Stunning pics as always Jill. You inspire me so much. I hope they were very happy with them ...what great marketing material you've created for them :)

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    1. Yes she was happy and I was very happy to have the opportunity. The light coming through the trees just then was a bonus!

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  11. Oh what a fun place to visit and I love the shot of the trees!

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  12. The way you caught the beams coming through the trees is great!!

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  13. Hi Y'all!

    Love the sunbeams through the trees and the beautiful row of trees.

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  14. Beautiful sunlight filtering through the trees. I love macadamia nuts!

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  15. Macadamia nut farm is beautiful. Sunlight makes art!!

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  16. Macadamia nuts are definitely my favourite nut and I adore them in Gelato icecream. Yum! Your photos are exquisite with the rays of sunlight shining through the foliage on the trees.

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  17. Oh my goodness, I absolutely love your shots of the sunbeams streaming through the trees! Beautiful!

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    1. Thank you so much. It was lucky really - I was just there at that exact right moment. It is usually very dark under the trees. Serendipity

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  18. thank you everyone so much for stopping by. The light coming through the trees is gorgeous isn't it. A serendipity moment to be there just at the right time.

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  19. Gorgeous!!! What a fantastic photo to market your friend's farm. With the lush green trees and the brilliant rays, one can't help but think how delicious and healthy the nuts must be.

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  20. Macadamias are my all time favourite nut!! It's just as well there aren't any plantations around here or I would be eating my body weight every day!!

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