Friday, October 19, 2012

Apples

Taken in Our Garden 18th October 2012

The wonderful Autumnal sunshine that welcomed us home from a trip has been showing the garden off and we have so many apples both on the ground and still on the tree. Everyone else around us also has plenty, wish I was able to actually share the apples rather than just this photo with you.
I will be catching up with everyone just as soon as I can and visiting the other participants in Green Day the meme I am joining today.


46 comments:

  1. we wish we could trade you avocados for apples, we have to many of them and not a single apple

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    1. Oh if only we were able to trade Sandra. :)

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    2. I have a batch of apple sauce simmering right now. I don't have my own tree, but there are several local orchards.

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    3. Apple sauce does smell and taste good. Have you tried hot apple cider?

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  2. I wish I liked apples, especially this time of year. But I love looking at photos of them! Nice job, Linda!

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  3. Our apple tree only had a few apples on it this year and they were not even very nice! They did make good apple sauce though! Good to see you back, hope the connection stays put :-) Take care Diane

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  4. Oh I wish you could share your apples with us too.

    We had no apples on our trees this year
    and neither did our neighbours.

    I love your photo it is so fresh, bright and that sunshine - Wow!

    Thanks so much for linking up with Green Day once again
    it is always great to have you particpate and share your lovely photos.

    Wishing you a good weekend

    Fiona

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    1. Hi Fiona. Seems as if this is pretty general this year. We have an orchard at the bottom of the garden, but no apples at all. Very strange!

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  5. Hi Linda. Those apples look lovely! You will probably remember the post I did round about this time last year, showing photos of hubby doing the apple pressing. Unfortunately, we have hardly had any apples at all this year. They are blaming the terrible weather we've had all year. Never mind, let's hope next year will be better again.

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  6. Que beleza ter essas árvores no jardim!!Linda! beijos,chica

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  7. I love apples and this photo has made me feel like an apple

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  8. We have no apples this year or plums. Usually our trees are laden down.
    Love your kiwi header too.

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  9. I could almost reach out and pick one! Beautiful photo

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  10. Linda, your apples look delicious!A very pretty photo, thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend!

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  11. I would like a bushel of your apples and about 25 pounds of Sandra's avocados, please! :-) Your apples look wonderful. We've lately been enjoying Honey Crisp apples, which are suddenly everywhere. YUM!

    I hope you had fun on your trip!

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  12. Welcome back from your trip. How lucky you are to be able to grow apples in your own garden. I love apples and these look delicious! :)

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  13. The apples look so inviting! But I LOVE your header!!

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  14. Those look extremely lovely...we have a lot of wild apple trees around here (where there used to be homesteads), but they have a lot of worms. So it's Farmer's Markets for us. I love the kiwis in the header shot too.

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  15. Eu aceitaria de bom grado suas maçãs! Lindas imagens para embelezar o Green Day!Beijos do Brasil!

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  16. Beautiful photos. That envy give me, I would love to bite those apples.

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  17. Good picture, I like apples for breakfast. It is light and healthy.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  18. These apples are so delicious.

    I love your blog very much. There is so much life in it and joy!

    This is a very beautiful and wonderful picture!

    Greetings from Kaya.

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  19. This is a lovely picture! I so wish we had an apple tree in our yard...yummy!
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog. :) Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

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  20. a prolific garden...lucky you...

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  21. Oh yummmm! We've seen an abundance of apples and pears here--and I've not one complaint!
    What a pretty photo.....

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  22. What a beautiful apples in your tree!

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  23. Belíssimas e apetitosas maçãs!
    Uma foto magnífica e excelente participação.
    Um beijo de Portugal!Ailime

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  24. Nothing quite like an Autumn crisp apple Lindy. A local farm stand down the street sales the homemade cider they make from their apples. It is so delish. I need to buy a gallon.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  25. Linda,

    Não tenho árvores de maçã em meu jardim, mas tem no jardim do vizinho. Eu amo as flores de macieira, elas são lindas e perfumadas.
    Gostei também dos Kiwis frutas no layout do blog. Aqui na Nova Zelândia têm muitas plantações de Kiwi.
    Obrigada pela visita. Abraços.

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  26. Great shot! Can I have some please..

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  27. Wonderwel to have al that fruit in tour garden. You van wat Apple's all winter.love,y pictures too

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  28. My Dear
    You have so much apples ! May be make you a delicious apple-pie and send a piece of this ?
    Have a wonderful day !
    Olympia

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  29. Hello LindyLou,
    Your apples make me want to eat one! Such a lovely picture! Thank you for your visit and becoming a Follower of my blog. I am always happy to meet friends from around the world. I am following your blog now too. Have a wonderful day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  30. Beautiful! And, thanks for visiting my blog. :)

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  31. Beautiful! Apples are just perfection embodied anyway -- and your picture captures that perfectly.

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  32. now you have the ingredients for apple pies!

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  33. Hi LindyLou,

    Your apples so look delicious! How wonderful to have them right on your property.

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  34. Hi LindyLou

    Just popping in to wish you a great weekend.

    Relax and enjoy

    Fiona x

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  35. Maravilhoso ser recebida por essa delícia de fruta! bjs

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  36. Maravilhoso ser recebida por essa delícia de fruta! bjs

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  37. Boa tarde!!!
    Vim agradecer seu comentário em nosso blog: Clube Das Amigas Leitoras.
    Desculpe a demora, mas andava sem net. Amei vir aqui e ver tão belas fotos...
    Espero nos vermos mais vezes...
    Tenha dias felizes...
    Bjokas...da Bia!!!
    http://pequenosgrandespensantes.blogspot.com.br/

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