Sunday, October 2, 2011


Having survived the scorching summer and meager rains, these Concord grapes are just about ready for harvest. Through the years I've learned that it is best to wait until after the first good frost to pick them. The result is a sweeter grape. A bonus to waiting for that first cold night to pass is a lot of the wasps succumb to the frost, making it safer to stick your hands in the vine!


  1. Yum!,,,The grape and the photo! :-)

  2. I like the macro approach you used. And, the glare from the sun gives the photo more meaning.