Monday, 26 January 2009

Australia Day

And also Chinese New Year which we will celebrate tonight with a simple Chinese meal as it is still so humid.

This photo is of 3 chillis on my potted plant. I love hot food but have trouble growing hot chillis here as it seems you need a drier heat to bring out the hottness. These are habanero which means they are supposed to be very very hot. They are definitely the most successful I have had for a long time.

Yesterday I had taken some other photos but when I downloaded it was this photo I preferred. Poor Harry he gets attacked in fun by Cheetah everyday and being the sweetie that he is just puts up with it.... I do keep his collar very loose though.

Have a wonderful day everyone!

13 comments:

Inkspots said...

Great pepper shot! I love that they're all different shades. My FIL LOVES peppers of all kinds, the hotter the better. Happy Australia Day and New Year!!!!

JanMary said...

Happy Australia Day.

Your chillies look great - love their vibrant colours.

Jennifer (Jennilyn) said...

That's a great shot of the 3 different colored peppers!

Jennifer (Jennilyn) said...

That's a great shot of the 3 different colored peppers!

Tabatha said...

Well, happy Australia Day and Chinese New year! Your photos are awesome !

Rebecca said...

Happy Australia Day.
those chillis look so good they have me drooling.

Susan said...

What pretty colors your peppers have. Good pictures of your dogs, too. Sorry for your heat--send some my way, it is so cold here.

Erika said...

Beautiful photos, love the one with the habaneros, they looks great with the color ranging from pale to dark red. And cute dogs too!

Karen I. said...

Love the pepper shot!

Teacher Spice said...

Fantastic photos! Love the shot of the peppers, the color is awesome! Great work!

Emma said...

the chilies pictures is great, glad you are having success with growing them. Myself i am a plant killer.

Siw Aina said...

I think your chilli looks good. I would bet that they are hot enough for me*lol*

Sarah C. (my3hens) said...

I love your photos! The colors in the peppers is awesome!