|Many tomatoes of various sizes, shapes and colours: red, yellow, orange, and green.|
Yup! This bounty was supplied by the same friendly gardener who gave us the heirloom tomato yesterday. There are two of those in this batch, which are seen more clearly on the second photo, below.
I processed the photos according to my whim, particularly the first two.
The first photo ↑ was the whole plenteous batch, which we were given on this occasion. The next photo ↓ is all the varieties in reduced numbers.
Then, I isolated on the yellow one with a long and twisting stem. I like it the best of the three images, but I do like the others as well. Although I have done flower photos a bit in the past, for the most part this kind of photography is something different and difficult for me, so I just stumble and bumble along.
It's a simpler photo, and photographically speaking, simple is usually, if not always, better. It's best to remove distractions and focus attention. This principle works in all kinds of photography.