Thank you very much, SLR! Considering the large field, I am more pleased with this week's 12th place finish than last week's!
Great job Talegi!
Its in my expanded (considering 97 entries) list of favorites and in my top 15.
Thank you, Cali!!!
Runner up. "most red" favorite. Vote!
I've heard of that Ghost Pepper stuff... you can have it Joie! Thanks for the comment and support.
I have a bottle of Ghost Pepper sauce that I got at the Pepper Palace. That is some Hot Stuff, and I love it... I'll take some of these too.
Thank you, GFA! There are some darned good hot sauces out there in the world, and I just can't enjoy them like I used to.
I love the hot stuff, people look at me in dis-belief when they see I've got containers of Cayenne pepper everywhere, even in the truck. Good shades of red and the greenie helps some, but I'd like to see a bottle of HOT Sauce sticking out of this pile to give it a true focal point. Love the peppers.
I appreciate your returning to vote, Jack!
Back to vote, still one of my favs.
Much thanks for the comments and votes, TD, Donaldo and Golfer!
L ike this very much vote
Good clarity and color. Vote
Back again to all the hOT shdes of red that you ahv epotrayed with further votes
Thank you very much, jdd... I really appreciate your comment and vote!
I like this a great deal. All of the different color of reds. Voted
Thank you, Suz! When I saw the little green guy through the viewfinder, I thought it was a wayward pepper of another variety, but Cali is right... it has a zucchini top, not a little pepper stem.
Back to vote. Isn't that green one actually a different kind of pepper?
Thank you for your thoughtful comment, RM!
I agree with cali ref fried zucchini... Anyway, i think placed more central would be a better sensation of red everywhere...best regards and vote!
Thank you, SLR!
I like this a lot!
Thank you very much, TD!
To hot for my taste but Hey this shot is definatly a HOT ONE as others have said perfect for this week and agreat selection of Red hot REDS vote
Happy to have inspired a treasure from the kitchen, Cali!
Guess what we had for dinner last night thanks to this inspiring image. :-) !!
Thank you, Anselm! I appreciate your comment.
love the different tones of red
Thank you very much, JC!
What a great subject choice for the theme! Like the various shades of red. Vote.
You're right, Tomel... Maybe another lighter skinned pepper there. Thanks for stopping!
I like the collage effect but wish the lower right hand corner lighting was a little more even. I am drawn to the dark area.
Thanks, Cali, but I won't eat zucchini... blech! Thank you, solarfred... glad you liked it!
A very spicy shot, like it very clear vote
Glad you clarified for me...but I have to tell ya...tht little green guys an orphan zucchini. They're GREAT fried up with some of these peppers and onions. Hey Wait...photo contest, not a cooking show. I digress...great shot. Good luck.
Thank you for the kind words, Bear. Darn little green guy, lol!
Theres one that always has to try to steal the spotlight. ( the green pepper) lol. Love this image,that's a lot of red and a lot of peppers. Great job!
Thanks, Cali, LC and Kell! Yes, the little green guy was left there as I found him. I was going to move it then changed my mind, thinking it might offer the eye a place in which to "rest" while encouraging the green in the pepper stems. Shot as found, no post cropping.
I like all the colors of red this shows and I especially like the little green guy inching his way into the shot! Great!
Great variety of reds! Spot on with this weeks topic! kudos for awell composed photo with crisp focus. And, no thanks...anything hotter than a tomato is beyond my limits! ;-(
So tell us, was the zucchini at the bottom left intentional? Fun little twist if I say so myself. It threw me off for a moment.
Thank you for the great comments, Jack, GFA and Suz! They're beckoning... take a big bite!
Beautiful clear shot. Mmmm....They look so juicy good!! NOT!!!
Habanero? That would require a "seasoned" veteran!!! lol
The hot pepper of choice to give beginners. Nice photo, good colors, crisp and clear.