Monday, December 10, 2012

Rotting Apples

Taken in Our Garden in Italy - November 21st 2012
Macro Monday

17 comments:

  1. Wow...U have apples in ur garden . We purchase them with high price here

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  2. Makes an interesting composition -- there are old abandoned apple orchards all around where we spend the summer... the deer love them!

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  3. Nice pic!
    I have an apple tree in my yard, too...

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  4. Nice composition. I can feel the smell of an summerapple...Mmmmmm...The moose and the deer ate all our apples under the tree:)

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  5. rotting, perhaps, but still beautiful to behold!

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  6. Ah--familiar sight! Happens at the neighbors house and the squirrels love it! And I love that they're getting a good feast out of what could simply be tossed into a bin.

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  7. Great Pic! I would love apples in my garden! :)

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  8. Beautiful marco picture you show a nice red apple.
    I think right moment to the Golden delicious we buy comes from Italy ..... my favorite apple.
    Wish you a good day :)
    Hanne Bente

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  9. veggie art. I like the leaves with the apples.. beautiful

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  10. I can almost smell its fermenting fragrance from here (and so can any wild critters in your vicinity, no doubt!) :-)

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  11. Another super photo Linda. I love the close up shots like this, and your header photo of the chestnut is stunning also.

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  12. What a great macro photo LindyLou.

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