Toe-may-toes or toe-mah-toes by randystreat

Toe-may-toes or toe-mah-toes

How do you say it. Filler for yesterday. No comments necessary. I liked the light on these this evening.
Ha ha - tom - ah - toes for us in East Yorkshire. Lovely size - bet they are yummy. We grow tom's and cucumbers - but they generally have to be grown in a greenhouse, along with other things - you can't get better than home grown. Well done!!
August 19th, 2017  
I too. Great shot.
August 19th, 2017  
"Toe-mah-toes" for the Southern! The look yummy. What variety?
August 19th, 2017  
I say toe-may-toe and so does most everyone I know.
@mandygravil Haha! Thank you. You can tell I'm not good at geography. I thought the English grew all sorts of things.
@pyrrhula Thank you.
@thewatersphotos Thanks, Gary. I'm not sure what kind they are. I don't know if they got too much water, but the vines are dying from the bottom. BTW, I guess we don't live south enough (the pronounciation).
August 20th, 2017  
For this Jersey (New Jersey that is) girl who's "stuck" in the Poconos (PA), it's TOE-MAY-TOES and there's really nothing like a Jersey tomato- after all it's the State fruit!
August 20th, 2017  
Mah version :-)
Lovely warm light, I like the different stages seen.
August 20th, 2017  
@olivetreeann Haha! Ann. I actually grew up in Southeast PA (King of Prussia)
@overalvandaan Thank you Saxa.
August 21st, 2017  
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