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An Apple A Day

This evening I spotted this perfect little apple growing on our apple tree.  I hope to take a bite out of it when he gets a bit bigger.    For more captures Straight Out of the Camera visit Jan at Murrieta365.com

Comments

Lori E said…
That makes me want an apple but not one of the yucky ones the grocery store sells...a fresh home grown good apple.
Jan said…
Great apple shot. How convenient having an apple supply so close.
Perry said…
Nice! (Looks like it will be a good one!)
Bonnie Bonsai said…
That's pretty!

Half-ripen apple is great to munch dip in a tiny dash of salt. Try it! :)
A fresh and tempting looking apple! Lovely tones on it!
Self Sagacity said…
I am starting to see some apples on my tree too. It's a good feeling isn't it?
Anonymous said…
Lovely. Very soft colors.
Jan n Jer said…
Great photo...bet you will keep an eye on its progress. did u know if you keep apples in the fridge, they keep 10 times longer!
Sheri said…
Great shot, I love the touch of red on the fruit.
gengen said…
Oh so yummy apple like it. Happy SOOC Sunday.
Sherrie said…
Hi!
Our Pears are looking good too. They won't be ready until after the first frost. Have a great day!

Sherrie
Sherrie's Stuff
hip chick said…
Great picture. Our apples are no more than tiny on the trees here. But come October and September...yummy.
Dave said…
just make sure birds dont beat you to it. lol
lisaschaos said…
I hope the worms stay away so you can be the one to take that bite!

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