Mmmm Watermelon

Here we are, Friday again.  I'm not sure which is my favourite day Friday or Saturday.  Is it Friday because that is the last day of the working week or Saturday because it is all mine :)
 Mmmm - I'll need to think about that one. 

What do you think?

Anyway Friday is Green Day at raindropsanddaisys and I was wondering what I could shoot for it.

I was rummaging in my cupboard and fridge when I spotted a delicious watermelon, some green grapes and some strawberries. 
 Perfect!!!  
Green with a splash of red.


You see there is some method in my madness - now I can have a bit of each for my lunch!!! 

You should think of popping over to Fiona's blog and see what other green goodness is there and maybe you will want to take part.

Also sharing with Mira at Crisp Photoworks

Food Photography Challenge  
Another great blog full of hints and tips and beautiful pictures.

Here's to a great Friday everybody.  :))

Comments

sexta-feira said…
These look juicy and delicious!
Have a nice weekend!
orchid said…
Dearest Ellie,
Oh, "Green with a splash of red" ♬♬♬
Really look sweet and delicious, aren'they♡♡♡
We have yummy looking water melon now but strawberry is a bit out of season (winter in Japan) cannot see in the store, haha.

Have a wonderful weekend, my dear friend.

Love you always from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
The colours of fruit. Super idea for a photo.

Greetings,
Filip
Cloudy said…
Es schaut sehr lecker aus, und ich mag den Freitag auch lieber, denn so stehen noch 2 freie Tage vor mir...

Lieben Gruß
CL
Fiona said…
Beautiful photo Ellie = wow!!

You are much for healthy and organised than me
at this stage of the week
there is very little left in the fridge!!!

Your fruit looks wonderful.

Thanks for linking up


x Fiona
Jill said…
These are gorgeous! You have my mouth watering.
Those photos show just what I need on this hot day: juicy and colourful fruit!
-Karen
Lisa said…
Oh yum! That photo made me hungry! I love the colors.
I love water melon but I have nor seen any around yet this year. Masses of Charente Melons everywhere though. Have a good weekend Diane
TexWisGirl said…
you are so cute with your photo props and ops. :)
Karen said…
Yummm, enjoy your Saturday!
Tricia Hays said…
That looks sooooooooo good & YuMmY!!! =)
Lisa Gordon said…
These are great, Ellie, and they make me feel wonderfully cool in the hot weather we are having.

For me, I like Fridays, quite simply because I know I have 2 free (kind of!) days ahead of me.

You have a wonderful weekend!

xo.
Excellent composition and so delectable ~ Wonderful photography ~ thanks ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)
Anne said…
Ellie that fruit looks so refreshing on such a hot summer day. I love cold fruit. Happy Green day!
This a really yummy looking photo. I bet it was really tasty!
Perfect for Green Day and for lunch!
BlueShell said…
I saw you there....Lovely photo...Green!
BShell
ZielonaMila said…
In the summer day with such fruits it is a real paradise. I am greeting
Nancy Claeys said…
I love fresh fruit Ellie and you chose some of my favorites! xoxo
Buttons said…
Oh Ellie you always make me drool:) B
BlueShell said…
I do like Friday...
I saw you over The "green Day"!
well done,
BShell
Rose said…
Those look YUMMY! They make a great photo.
Roan said…
Yummy greens! Would love a bowlful of that fruit for my lunch. Perhaps I'll pop out to the grocery store later. You've made me hungry. My favorite day of the work week is Friday. It's always more laid back and everyone seems to be in a good mood. But, my favorite day of the entire week is Saturday. I don't have to worry about going to work the next day.
yum! especially the strawberries!

i like fridays...the start of the weekend...
Eileen said…
Definitely looks good enough to eat. You are very good at photographing food.
LoLy said…
I am new around your blog :) and I love it..
I am your new happy follower :D

xxx
Loly
http://abudhabifood.blogspot.com
drool! youve reminded me of the watermelon and strawberry fruit smoothies I used to make when I live in Australia...you cant beat it on a hot day! :)
Jane said…
Food photography fits you! from the strawberrys to the melns and grapes. Lush and juicy. Do you play tennis?
Cathy said…
you really captured the fresh tastes of summer...yum!
Mira Crisp said…
Ellie, what a great idea to turn watermelon upside down! It creates a great curve in the background without taking all the attention! Love that photo! Thank you soooo much for linking up to Food Photography!

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