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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

On the fourth day of December

Nature shared

a tree of golden apples







a sliver of a moon


a chilly hint that flurries may drift in very soon....





12 comments:

  1. Oh dear - all those apples going to waste - they do make a lovely picture though. Shame it wasn't a pear tree with the odd partridge passing by.

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    1. Hi Elaine ~ The tree is on someone's private property, but quite close to the road, so it may not be very accessible for apple picking. Yes, a partridge would be rather timely ;) I noticed this same tree filled with golden apples about this time last year as well.

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  2. I agree with Elaine about the apples. Flighty xx

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    1. It's always nice to be agreeable :) The sun just brought out the apples' golden hue, so parked at the side of the road for a photo.

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  3. The birds will enjoy the apples, so not such a waste!

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    1. That's very true, UHDD ~ there are birds, raccoons and deer that will enjoy these fruits during the winter months. Nature doesn't waste much!

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  4. Mmmmmm.....those apples look yummy, I'd be grabbing a sack of them. A wonderful moon and some CHILLY temps there.xxx

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    1. Hi Snowbird ~ It would be interesting to know what they do taste like ~ I'll see if there are any that fall outside the private property and if so, bring it/them home. Chilly is right, but nothing like the weather you are having over there ~ sounds pretty wild.

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  5. Lovely golden apples. The remains of apples have been feeding the deer around here, lately.

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    1. Hi Hilary ~ Perhaps it is the tree of immortality ~ Norse myth and all ;) I better see if I can scrounge up a fallen one.

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  6. Lovely golden apples just right for Autumn.

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  7. How pretty the apples look up there. Our neighbor leaves a few pomegranates on the tree for the birds to enjoy. Once the leaves are gone, the fruit looks rather like Christmas ornaments.

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