Tuesday, July 10, 2007

A PEACHY PLACE TO LIVE


Some of the neighbors peaches hang over our fence, and isn't possession 9/10ths of the law? They have such a beautiful blush to them. It won't be long before they are ready to eat. Nice juciy fruit just makes my mouth water.
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25 comments:

Lucy said...

Yuuuumy. Nothing like fresh peaches just off the tree.
And I agree. If they're on your side of the fence, CHOW DOWN! :-)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

yum!!!

MedaM said...

I just think what a wonderful it would be to have peaches hang over my fence. Our shops and markets are full of ripe and delicious peaches that sell for the price of 2 to 2, 5 Convertible Marks.

Kekiinani said...

Oh those look really Yummmy!!! :) :) Hard to get a good peach over here...
Nice shot :)

Olivier said...

elle est tres belle, c'est une pĂȘche de concour


it is very beautiful, it is a peache of concour

Moi said...

Peachy keen!!!:)
You have plenty of reasons to be nice to your "resourceful" neighbors ;)
Lovely pic:)

John Roberts said...

Your side of the fence - your peach! You captured the delicate color of this fruit beautifully!

Abraham Lincoln said...

That looks delicious but all peaches we buy are picked too green and allowed to ripen enroute and they always taste terrible. I wonder if this one would taste natural. It sure looks like it would.

oldmanlincoln

Kate said...

Stay on friendly terms with your neighbor, especially if the tree is large! Great colours.

barkfoot said...

You must hardly ever need to shop, what with chestnuts and peaches so freely available!

Annie said...

Absolutely, if it's on your side of the fence it is yours.

I grow morning glories on my and my neighbor's fence - she loves to look at all the morning glories that bloom her way.

AphotoAday said...

I'd say if thery're in your hard, they're YOURS... They make my mouth water just looking at them... --Actually, this morning I went out and had a feast on blackberries and plums -- should have taken a picture...

Paula said...

Such a perfect piece of fruit! When we lived in KS, we were always ready for the certain threat of a hail storm. I'm not sure we every had a year of perfect fruit like this!!
Paula

Zsolt said...

ohh its huge:) and looks very tasty

Ben said...

It's a great looking peach. Lucky you.

Beverly said...

Of course they are yours, if they're on your side of the fence. The peach looks delicious. I makes my mouth water.

Clare said...

How wonderful to have such delicious fruit growing in your (neighbour's!) garden. Our dismal Summer weather has meant a lot of our home-grown veg isn't doing too well!

Glad to hear you're settling in.

Clare x

bluemountainmama said...

so, are california peaches as good as georgia peaches?

i guess if a neighbor's tree is hanging on your side of the fence, that's about the best tree you could have. :)

Anna said...

WOW, yum! :)

susan said...

Mmmmmm that looks yummy. I'm sure your neighbor will end up with more than enough peaches to share. Have you made friends with them yet?

Ex-Shammickite said...

MMMMM I could make some peach jam if I lived there!!

~tanty~ said...

That peach really makes my mouth water. It looks so tempting to be eaten :)

lv2scpbk said...

This looks like a good peach.

Salty Dawg said...

Peachy image! The background of weathered wood and the green leaves contrast nicely with the peach.

As for eating the peach; Exodus 20.17 Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors peach :);) But then it IS on YOUR side of the fence :) I think I'll agree with Lucy!

Icarus said...

It looks like it's turning out to be a shrewd move, what with all these serendipitous extras creeping over the neighbors' fence!

Happy? You MUST eat that peach...it's good for you!