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Apple orchard waits for spring to return and a new growing season.
One texture by DigiDi www.flickr.com/photos/digidi/6804280301/in/set-7215762411...
The rest are mine.
Birds and moon by Brusheezy, Deviantart and Obsidian Dawn.
I'll be making the charoset for my family's Passover Seder tonight. It is a mix of apples, wine, honey, walnuts, and cinnamon.
My dear apple! You are like us. The shell that decorates and protects you is smooth and rosy in your green years, but later it becomes wilted like our skin. Underneath you are mostly sweet, but sometimes very sour. Your flesh is perishable, but your soul is still alive, a new tree grows from it. You are like life: Whoever wants to enjoy you must be able to grab and bite. You wake up curiosity and make an appetite: Whoever sees you, will taste you. You are like love: fresh and crisp, then always sweeter. You are also like sin: tempting, to hiss, to bite. You are full, but also greedy for more. You are a bit like our earth: round and spherical, but slightly flat on the poles and never so perfect. Your enjoyment keeps us healthy, your aroma lets thoughts fly, poets guard your muse fragrance in their drawer. Your form and color give us the most beautiful comparisons, starting from apple baking. You are juice, must, wine, mus, cake and cream cake. Apple, you're a force! (Author unknown)
A replica of the Apple River Fort, near current day Elizabeth Illinois, built and used by settlers to defend themselves during the Blackhawk war of 1832. It was one of the locations that Blackhawk fought . Five exposure HDR processed with Nik HDR Effex Pro 2.
This is Apple... She wanted a picture to show of the Greek dress she made. Hope you like it.
Here is where you can buy the dress:
Apple May Designs
Monkey Apples seen at Day Market in Krabi Town, Thailand.
Copyright :copyright: Piotr Gaborek. All rights reserved!! Please do not use this image on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission.
It is Apple Season where I live and.... it is a pretty big deal. Our city has Apple festivals, Apple music, Apple food and the best damn Apple cider you will find on the face of this earth. All year as we pass the Cider Mill we stare at the closed off parking lot awaiting the colored ribbons to fall..... and any day now they will. We still have an honor system in our neck of the woods. The cider sits .........
Read the rest here: threadsandtuneage.com/apples-pearls/
Tipping point of comparing the last of the apple with apples!
Jabez cried out to the God of Israel, "Oh, that you would bless me and enlarge my territory! Let your hand be with me, and keep me from harm so that I will be free from pain." And God granted his request. 1 Chronicles 4
This is dedicated to Martha★ thank you so much for the beautiful testimonial!! Your photographs are exquisite =)
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I guess they are free to take when the branches hang over the fence? HFF everyone.
This is a little apple off my tree. One of the last. It is only the size of a cherry. Sweet, wee little one.
Thank all !!!!!!
My most favorite shot flickr.com/photos/valpopando/sets/72157594327558179/detail/
This is for the Monday Photo Challenges and Thursday Retreads Group - the theme was apples this week. So here is Eve's downfall and the descendent of the rose.
Texture by the incredible les brumes here:
Apple Lake, in the Dagmar Wildlife Management Area near Brinkley, Arkansas.
Some of the trees here are massive. One study concluded that the oldest cypress trees in Dagmar date from anywhere between 450 and 1200 years old.
Apples & Pears = Cockney rhyming slang for stairs - Seen in Gibson's Landing, British Columbia
* Apples lovers ^^ :P
- an apple a day keeps the doctor away
This beautiful apple I found in the free nature, at the birthplace of my mother.
A wonderful gift in the harvesting season;)
‘A’ is for Arizona, we grow Apples too! It has been hot enough lately, we should be able to pick the apple pies straight from the trees!
ODC 10/365 Fairy Tales
115in2015 75 Fairytale Illustration
Macro Monday Fruit
52weeks 2/52 Nature
Old Hag: All alone, my pet?
Snow White: Why yes, yes I am, but...
Old Hag: The, the little men are not here?
Snow White: No, they're not.
Old Hag: Uh. Mmmm. (smelling) Makin' pies?
Snow White: Yes, gooseberry pie.
Old Hag: It's apple pies that make the men folks' mouths water. Pies made from apples like these (holding out the red apple)
Snow White: Oh, they do look delicious.
Old Hag: Yes. But wait till you taste one, dearie. (laughter) Like to try one, hmm? Go on. Go on. Have a bite.
I took some photos of the apple on my monitor and decided to have some fun with it.
The beautiful red apple contrasting the railway steel, projecting it's shadow made my day :. Visit me at www.fabphotolight.com Thanks.
Some little apples from a roadside tree, the remainders from an apple jelly making session.
Several flypapers used as always and a before/after and recipe are now on the Flypaper blog.
They don't tell you that poison apples taste the best.
P.S. Thank you Byte for taking the time to pose for me!
P.P.S Levitating hair goes up-ish...