Turkey Fig Cliff

This is a macro photograph of the skin of a Turkey fig from our garden.

Like the strawberry, it is a true blessing to have sweet fruit to eat from our garden this time of year.

One more example of photograph it, then eat it.

I am reminded how the very small can be mistaken for the very large. This macro of the fig’s skin reminds me a bit of the pattern of the giant-scale Zabriskie cliffs in Death Valley:

Zabriskie Point 4

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