Saturday, 24 June 2017

More Veg

Rachel's slightly controversial novelty veg photo entry
Please keep em coming
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42 comments:

  1. Interesting but I like it in a sad way.

    cheers, parsnip and thehamish

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  2. Hmm, actually it is a good one.

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  3. I agree. I think this is a great one. Confronting, but wonderful.

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  4. I love it .. :)
    I have lived in cities lately that have a few places where people go to pray and I have grown used to the sight of people dressed a little differently than the rest of us. The Zucchini captured the look perfectly .. brava.

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    1. ps- Rachel's good ! :)

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    2. Thank you for saying that. x

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    3. Just stating the obvious,dear.

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  5. omg..this has to be the best yet!

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  6. Back to The Dark Ages......it's brilliant.

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  7. Outstanding and innovative and provocative, the kind of thing that makes the world go round!

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  8. My first thought was ninjas, not burkas!

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    1. Either way, it's very clever.

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  9. I don't find it controversial. A depiction of women in burkas.

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  10. I didn't see burkas I immediately saw Ninja warriors. Fascinating!!

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  11. what Joanne said. It didn't occur to me but when I read her comment...yes.

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  12. Fun with veggies! Is more veg like more cowbell?

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  13. Very clever! Rachel has a discerning eye.

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  14. Why controversial? Courgettes can be shy too!

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  15. Like others here, I think they look like ninjas. Nothing controversial about ninjas unless you live in a 1970s martial arts movie.

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  16. This made me giggle as my computer screen scrolled down very slowly. Excellent.

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  17. Exceptional art and very clever.

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    1. Thank you Mitchell. That is very nice of you to say that, from you to me. x

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  18. It was never thought to be controversial by me at all. I just saw what I saw and did one version with aubergines and one with the courgettes. I named it in my head "the family group". Thanks for the comments that I have read and thanks to John for publishing it. He has been sitting on it for a while. I don't know what a Ninja is so had to google it.

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    1. Ninjas are little boys who have seen their first Bruce Lee movie :)

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  19. Very good Rachel. Upside down they look like Danish gnomes! :)

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  20. Actually for an Aussie it's the Ned Kelly armour look!
    Good thinking Rachel..simple but innovative whatever ones interpretation.

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  21. Slightly controversial? Rachel? Never!

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  22. I love the simplicity of them, and that they are in a group. Honi soit qui mal i ponse.

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    1. Yes, quite.

      They became a group when I had finished cutting. I could see without doubt that it was going to work better as a group or 'family' than one alone.

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  23. This is very well executed.

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  24. i just knew that those zucchinis were secretly Muslims!

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  25. Very clever, dear Rachel.

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  26. It took me a minute, then I thought
    oh! very clever, then I thought
    wow! someone is going to say
    something awful..........
    so far, so good. Nice crowd today.

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  27. Love it. Gave me a chuckle. Thanks.

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  28. Ninjas! :) How cool.

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  29. If Trump saw this, he'd ban cucumbers and zucchini.

    Great job, Rachael.

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  30. Simply Marvelous.

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  31. Flippin brilliant. Really made me chuckle

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