Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Very Promising








"A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver."
                                                                                                                           Proverbs 25:11





We may have a nice apple crop this autumn.......for the first time.



29 comments:

Cinzia said...

Uhmmm, che bontà queste mele!!! Verissimo il proverbio che citi...non lo conoscevo...in Italia invece c'è questo detto: "Una mela al giorno, toglie il medico di torno", nel senso che è salutare, che fa bene...nn so se riuscirai a tradurre...
Cinzia

Pieces of Sunshine said...

"An apple a day keeps the doctor away" - yes, we have that saying also Cinzia! I love apples!

Giga said...

Uwielbiam jabłka i zjadam kilka dziennie. Na swoje w ogródku muszę jeszcze sporo poczekać. *** Czy Ty już mnie nie lubisz, bo nie zaglądasz do mnie ?. Pozdrawiam.
I love the apples and eat a few a day. In its in the garden I have to wait a lot. *** Do you already do not like me because I do not you take a look at me?. Yours.

s.c said...

I hope they will taste as good as they looks.

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

Ooh, these look like they're going to be yummy.

Sarah Jane said...

Oh, beautiful! Fingers crossed they are as yummy as they look!
xx

PS love the new header <3

flowersandhome said...

Mmmmm, looks delicious!

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Apple fresh from the tree, mmmm!
Please eat one for me.
We have every day a grey day, cold and damp, now with just a little snow.
Greetings
Angela

geanina said...

mmmm! :)
gorgeous images!

Kim Stevens said...

Love that first image, makes me want to just take a bite!! :)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Oh, nice! Enjoy! I see an apple pie in your future. :)

Sylvia K said...

Ah, they do look delicious! I think I smell apple pie coming soon!! Great shots for the day!! Hope your week is going well!

The Artful Diva said...

your macro shots and editing are outstanding!

pattisjarrett said...

Good words, beautiful apples, too!

Patrycja Photography said...

Interesting post. I really like it.
Super blog. Yours. ^ ^

Have a nice day. ;)
+ Welcome to my blog.
If you want to put it in your followers.

Rosie Nixon said...

I hope they taste as good as they look!

Cristina Ferreira said...

Lindas imagens.

Beijos

Barb said...

So much texture and so many colors that I often disregard as I cut my morning's apple. Thanks for the reminder.

Michelle said...

Those are lovely. We have some apples trees on our farm, but mostly our pears produce the most. Good luck with yours.

Linda R said...

Your photos looks great. Those apples look yummy.

Hugs~

Seeing Each Day said...

Your first photo in particular wants to make me take a bite out of it. How great that you're growing them in your own yard.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Nothing edible in four years between pests and lack of growth etc. I had begun to not expect anything edible, being prepared to just enjoy it as a tree, so any fruit will be a bonus.

Gillian Olson said...

They look crisp and juicy, great pictures.

Jana said...

they looks simply great, so fresh+juicy! here its real winter with tons of snow+snowmen! sunny white smiles+snowballs:-))

Rosemary said...

Gosh, your first photo is just perfect! You've cropped it to give us just the right amount of subject, colour and awesomeness :)

Filip and Kristel said...

Indeed promissing, I already would like to eat it. Perfect pictures of a simple subject.

Greetings,
Filip

Jennifer {Studio JRU} said...

Oh they look wonderful. I love apples! :)

Nikki said...

Your apple photos are amazing Karen. I hope you have a plentiful crop.

thefisherlady said...

Apples... my favourite fruit! I hope there is a great bounty!

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