and yes the Kalamata olives are the best, but than I am very biased.
Beautiful. Love olives and the trees.
Hi Meeta,Thanks for your comment on my blog regarding the photo size and the sidebar getting all messed up. Infact probably while you were on my blog I was editing my template and have succeeded in doing the needful. Everything is back in place and the blog looks good again.
Since I took a trip to wine country last year, I've grown to really dig Olives...well...after a few glasses of the vino of course ;)
Olive trees are gorgeous, but as a kid I learned not to eat olives off them the hard way!Ari (Baking and Books)
Nice shot! I like the contrast between the long narrow leaves and the short round olives! -- Vicki in Michigan
Lovely, Meeta! Just like a postcard.
That is the prettiest picture of an olive tree that I've ever seen. Way to go, sweetie! xoxo
Beautiful picture, love those olives in my cocktails:))
The backing colors, blue and green, infuses so beautifully! I adore olives but never see the trees, you photo makes me love them even more!
Lovely pic! Lovely looking olive! I love Greece!Paz
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