Wednesday, November 28, 2012

WW: Head of Cabbage

Head of Cabbage Photo


"Enough of acting the infant who has been told so often how he was found under a cabbage that in the end he remembers the exact spot in the garden and the kind of life he led there before joining the family circle."
- Samuel Beckett

I was walking around Nassau Valley Vineyards last Wednesday while they were harvesting their garden ... and the owner offered me this cute cabbage! I can imagine a Cabbage Patch Kid growing in it, can't you?

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29 comments :

  1. No, Autena - I gave it to a coworker to cook. I only like the taste of cabbage when it's well-disguised in an egg roll. ;D

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  2. I just came across my daughter's collection of Cabbage patch dolls. I remember when they were a big deal.

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  3. I can imagine that too! Locally, they joke that naughty kids came from rubbish dumps ;p

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  4. Beautiful shot and I love the image of cabbage patch dolls... oh I remember that craze LOL!

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  5. Great shot Kristin! I love cabbage and have it in a vegetable salad regularly. Thanks for hosting.

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  6. They are pretty! I like them in egg rolls to.

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  7. I can picture Anne Geddes using this for one of her baby photos. Your photo is beautiful. It would be lovely enlarged, framed and hung in a kitchen.

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  8. That is a lovely cabbage, I can definitely see a cabbage patch kid coming from there. I remember how crazy it was when they came out. My sister and I didn't get one right away, but when we did we had twins. I had the girl my sister had the boy

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  9. Fresh cabbage sounds good right now. Thanks for the reminder. I will have to get some tomorrow.

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  10. great pciture! cabbage patch kid! i loved it!

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  11. Ahhh, the ever popular Cabbage Patch Kids. I remember the local newspaper came out to my Kindergarten class and asked what we all wanted. My mom still has the clipping where I said Cabbage Patch Kids. Lovely shot and quote!

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  12. No sorry I can't imagine a cabbage patch kid but I can definitely imagine a yummy green salad or slaw.

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  13. Great close up! The green looks so refreshing when everything outside is turning brown.

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  14. I love how detailed the leaves of the cabbage can be seen. Great photo! You know as popular as the Cabbage Patch dolls were they never really grew on me. In fact, I always thought they were rather ugly. Babies...all babies, human that is, are all beautiful! I don't think I've ever seen an ugly one, have you? Some people say, "Oh what an ugly baby!" And, I'm thinking how can you say this about wee one? My uncle was so guilty of saying the same thing about his first born. I was stunned by his comment. lol Thanks for hosting!

    Oh, Tannenbaum!

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  15. That's a lovely cabbage! Nice of them to share!

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  16. I love cabbage ,it doesn't love me, giggle. thank you for hosting. xo

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  17. What a fun subject for a picture! I love that you found a quote for cabbage, too.

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  18. Wow! That's actually really beautiful!

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  19. Now that is a perfect cabbage!

    Happy WW :)
    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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  20. I like this photograph. It really makes the cabbage look good. I like the color and the lighting.

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  21. What a miracle that cabbage is! Beautiful.

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  22. What a perfect cabbage! I wish our garden was still giving us yummy veggies!

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  23. I love this picture! Thanks for linking up to our Wordless Wednesday. We hope to see you again next week.

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