Water Reels and the guy with the sugar

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Comments (19)

someGuyinmasset on October 24, 2008

That's cool, betcha Brutus would just love it!

Bits-n-Pieces on October 24, 2008

He'd make a pretty cool photo in there, too! Black dog against the Cranberry background, mmm, nice shot!

I know I've butchered the names of the equipment and stuff in this series. I'll come back and read up on it and fix them. But this link to the Cape Cod Cranberry Growers Association has a lot of really good and interesting information. This is also the group that had the festival. It sure was worth the little trip to see this!

Steve Paxton on October 25, 2008

such a colour it is so strong nice photostill informative to us dumbies who have never seen any thing like it.

Jean Gregory Evans on October 25, 2008

I have to ask, what do you mean 'the guy with the sugar'?

Jean Gregory Evans on October 25, 2008

forgot to say how great the photo is! So red! So lovely.

Jean

Bits-n-Pieces on October 25, 2008

thanks steve and jean ! By 'the guy with the sugar', I was joking about the Ocean Spray commercials of the two guys out in the bog. Seems the ads are tough to actually find on the web! Here's a link to 'No Sugar Added' googled from someone's blog - so no idea how ling it will stay available, or what might be on the rest of that page! (you have to scroll down the page a little to get to the video.)

Jean Gregory Evans on October 25, 2008

I find that those commercials are all funny. That one is really good. Thanks!

Jean

Inspector SAVE PANOR… on October 25, 2008

No sugar added! - You'd never smile again. BnP The cranberry series has been great, gorgeous photographs and informative. Aren't you glad you had a blue sky day - it looks fantastic peeping through the cranberries in the pics. H

Bits-n-Pieces on October 25, 2008

Thanks so much, Helen ! It's OK - there's no added sugar, but its still a blend of juices, so tastes pretty much the same as the 'Cocktail'. I know you don't seem to like the stuff - but CJ and orange juice mixed is more critical to me than coffee in the morning, LOL. (Though I did once buy a bottle of pure un-diluted or mixed CJ - and now a sip of that could keep you puckered up for a week or so!)

And yes - the sky that whole week-end was really a gift! This would all still be interesting, but its the sky that makes all the shots from then - the photos at the farm, the autumn reflections - haven't seen much to want to photograph since then because conditions just haven't compared.

diannemcd on October 27, 2008

B-n-P the Cranberry series of photos has been brilliant, the colours are fantastic, and it is great to get so much information about things that we just dont see. I think I will have to maybe try your CJ and orange juice as I have given up coffee. A great job. Dianne

diannemcd on October 27, 2008

Love the video. Dianne

jayzoe on October 28, 2008

Love it, the colors are amazing. Frank would love it in there too although he would probably be sick from gulping down cranberries. Fred does not like to get wet, funny for a lab. Jean...cranberry juice also goes good with ginger ale.....and vodka. Zoe

not1word on July 21, 2010

mmmmmm, I like cranberry juice. I didn't comment on this back then, because I didn't know you strange people then.

kamalyn on July 21, 2010

lolol, were you afraid of what making a comment on could drag you into? you might have been sucked down into the land of silly puns!......ha-ha, not so bad after all, was it? ;)

and if you see this Zoe - thanks!!

diannemcd on July 21, 2010

Always loved this set of photos.

Itallica on July 22, 2010

Cranberry Fields Forever

kamalyn on July 22, 2010

Thanks Dianne! Sure hope this year there'll be blue skies for the festival day again.

LOL Tery!

not1word on July 22, 2010

Blue skies, smiling at me, nothing but blue skies, do I see.

Bits-n-Pieces on July 22, 2010

Blue skies, and Red Bogs!

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    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Taken on 2008/10/11 16:17:24
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