Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Perhaps the World's Largest Cabbage

It's so perfect and beautiful, isn't it? 
A little boy is dwarfed by a supersized cabbage in Matanuska Valley, Alaska, July 1959. Photo by THOMAS J. ABERCROMBIE for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. Click here to see the full-sized photo for maximum impact!
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NanaDiana said...

That is an AMAZING picture- xo Diana

Carol said...

great pic. I looked at the full size one. Not only was the cabbage impressive, but I loved the boy's plaid keds!

Anonymous said...

I don't know how you do it!

But you always do it! Have you seen "La Contessa's Paris Shoot"?

I think you will love it!

This is a mother....well.....just go look!

It just seems to me that this is something you will love!

The Paisley Butterfly said...


The Queen Vee said...

That's a lot of cole slaw! I looked at the larger size photo, it's stunning as is that cabbage. I do wonder though if one this large would be a bit tough to eat. Cabbages, in the patch, have such beautiful green blue color don't they?

Shabby Passion said...

Oh my!!!
ahahahhaha it's fabulous!