Thursday, October 20, 2011

It's Chestnut Time










8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love these shots... chestnuts are such a rich burnt sienna color... I collect a bowl full every fall just to look at!

Sharon said...

Chestnuts aren't as common here in the states as in European countries. I cooked with them once but only as an ingredient not the main feature so I honestly don't know what they really taste like. They are beautiful to look at both on the tree and off.

Rob and Mandy said...

Ja, hier auch. 2 Euros fuer ein Dutzend geroestete Kastanien.

VP said...

This would be hard to enforce here...

Mo said...

Do love a roasted chestnut

Jack said...

A nice series of photos, Karl. I don't see many chestnuts around here. Some chestnut species have been decimated by a blight in the US.

Paul said...

Mo beat me to it, I too love a nice roasted chestnut, preferably more than one.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

The basket full of chestnuts on the cobblestones is picture perfect.

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