Friday, October 19, 2007

APPLE TIME


What's a trip to Apple Hill without apple-everything? No matter where we turned there were boxes of every kind of apples imaginable.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone and be sure to click on the photo to enlarge it.
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34 comments:

Moi said...

These should keep doctors away for the whole life :D

susan said...

Yummy!

Kerri said...

Yum Yum! I think I'll make an apple crisp this weekend!

imac said...

Mouthwatering Crunch.Great shot.

Ratzfatz said...

Appel wine time! Do you know that Appel wine is the regional beverage of Frankfurt? But don´t confuse it with cider! :-)
Have a nice weekend!!!
Saludos
Ratze

Chris said...

What a nice shot! They make you want to reach out and grab an apple~!

ruth said...

Wonderful apple photo, so nice with the water. I just love autumn.

barkfoot said...

That puts me in mind of 'scrumping' as a kid.

GiuCe said...

nice shot! apples look delicious, yummmmmm

have a nice weekend :)

Chad Oneil Myers said...

I like the water droplets. This is a very nice image, Sue.

MedaM said...

I love apples and this photo is beautiful. I can see one wormy apple on the photo. That is great for it is clear that those apples are good for eating. Worms don’t like all sorts of things. :-) Those water drops give to the image even more charm.
Have a nice weekend!

Merisi said...

Mouthwatering, yes!
Are we going to get some pie? :-)))

annulla said...

It's apple time in New York, too, and since we aren't too far from an agriculture experimental center (Cornell University), our farmers often bring very unusual varieties to the greenmarket. Sadly, the stuff at the farmer's market is fairly expensive, but if I buy a bag of slightly bruised apples, I get plenty to eat and have enough left to make a nice pot of applesauce.

When We Were Young said...

I love your photos. You have the eye of an artist, and the talent to show it :)! I also enjoyed your previouis post. It was fun to learn about the person behind these beautiful pictures!

Ex-Shammickite said...

One of those apples has a wormhole in it!!
I love anything with apples... apple pie, apple crisp, apple cheesecake, baked apples..... lovely.
BTW I posted pics of The Wedding, perhaps I will post some more tomorrow. We had such a great time, I'm exhausted!

Still said...

Apple is a so wonderful fruit...(in the computer world too :-) )

Annie said...

I've been eating an apple a day lately. I see some little worm beat the humans to the punch on one of these beauties.

jel said...

love them apples,

cool shot!


hope ya are have a great weekend!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

yum!!

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

Your apple picture reminds me, i need to pick my Red Delicious apples, I have three trees just loaded and they are falling off, a good wind would put them all on the ground.
First thing in the morning, now where are those boxes?

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

I just read Barkfoots comment about "scrumping"... Scrumping in England was a pastime for kids stealing apples from a neighbours tree. Where I came from in England, all apple trees were behing an eight foot fence, if the owner wanted to keep his apples that is. We lived in a quality neighbourhood.

petitlouis said...

Let's go for an apple pie ... ;-)

Mike said...

Future pies! Love the dew on them.

Larry D said...

Nice shot! Im off to find an apple.

KMF said...

wow fantastic shot

CG said...

I'd rather look at apples than eat them!! Crisp shot :)

Reeta Skeeter said...

Am not really fond of apples but this pic surely makes me develop appetite for one...good work there!

www.photo-effe.com said...

very sharo imaee, a wonderful view

Chris & Deb said...

Those look delicious! I think apple season is nearing the end here in Minnesota.

Kate said...

Unusual brilliant colour!

Jessica Foster said...

Nice shot!

Ash said...

Yum :)

tsduff said...

I LOVE Apple Hill. Went for the first time last year, and although I thought the crowds were unbelieveable, so were the farms, wines, apples, food, crafts... the fun of it all :) I want to go again in the next week or so - if I can find a time other than on the weekend. What a lovely apple picture. You are good with the camera. Oh, and thanks for visiting my blog with a comment.

JAM said...

Wow, slice some up in a skillet with butter, sugar, and cinnamon. I need a bib to catch my drool.