Strawberry Morning

How about some plump, juicy strawberries for breakfast? I just bought these at the grocery store and am so happy they taste as good as they look. For a few years it seemed like strawberries were going the way of fresh peaches–pretty, but blah-tasting.


I shot these on our deck, and the yellow bokeh was created by the daffodils blooming below. . . .

strawberry breakfast

Sunlight really changes the colors.

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13 Responses to Strawberry Morning

  1. TBM says:

    They look tasty. I just planted some strawberry plants this past weekend. Hopefully I will have some like this later this summer.

  2. Caroline says:

    I have no idea when I last had strawberries that actually tasted like strawberries and not just like flavoured water.
    I love the color combination red and green.

    • Caroline, I actually gave up eating strawberries for quite a while because I got sick of the watery taste. I guess the growers have done something new? Hopefully the good flavor will last.

  3. Cheryl says:

    Oh yummie! I enjoyed a lot of ‘real’ strawberries while in Fort Myers. The bokeh in your shot had me outside checking the flower beds. Even though it’s been a mild winter up here the daffs and tulips have not been fooled. But, hardy as ever, the peonies in the front garden next to the house are just poking up through the ground! WooHoo!

  4. iPhonePhotog says:

    I just bought some at the grocery store a couple of days ago and was disappointed :(. There are a lot of strawberry fields where I live, so I think next time I’ll just head to one of their stands.

  5. Sheila says:

    I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award. Link back to my blog for rules at

  6. Jackie Cangro says:

    They look delectable. It’s so disappointing when it doesn’t taste as good as it looks. I’m glad this batch did.
    I feel the same way about watermelon in the summer.

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