Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Wordless Wednesday



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21 comments:

My Little Space said...

Oh...apple tree! Gosh, I have one planted at my new house as well. But those are mini size green apples. Taste as good though! Enjoy your day, dear.
Cheers, Kristy

My Carolina Kitchen said...

I can almost taste them from here. Great photos.
Sam

ThatJewcancook said...

What type of apples are these? Growing up I had a similar tree in my yard and we called 'em crab apples and never ate them....maybe I missed a special treat?
--Andy

Recipe for Delicious said...

Beautiful, Velva. I just love your Wednesday posts.

Angie's Recipes said...

Love these plums....it's in season and perfect to use them to make some tarts!

Martha (MM) said...

Oh yum, definitely no words needed! :-)

The Japanese Redneck said...

I miss our plums! They were good while they lasted.

Kim said...

Hmmm....hard to tell. At first glance it looks like apples, then maybe nectarines or plums??

Lyndsey said...

I miss picking apples from the tree! We don't have that here in south west Florida.

RamblingTart said...

Love this, Velva! Sigh - makes me feel all cozy and homey. :-)

Laura in Paris said...

Beautiful peaches ... the best I ever ate were in Sebastopol, Ca, at a local farmer market ... I ate about ten!

Michelle J said...

Are these pluots or plums? Yummy!

From the Kitchen said...

One word: Delicious!

Best,
Bonnie

Sage said...

Wow! What beautiful photos you have; looks so good!
Rita

Raina said...

Lucky you..living in Florida with all of that wonderful fresh fruit at your fingertips:)

Days at Buttermilk Cottage said...

WHATEVER they are, they look lovely.

Cinnamon-Girl said...

Simply gorgeous!

Dishesdone said...

I thought plums! but yes, whatever they are they look delicious, great photo's!

We Are Not Martha said...

Yup! You definitely don't need any words for those :) At first I thought peaches, but upon closer look, maybe pluots??

Sues

Ken Bowie said...

I see a Plum Galette in my future!!

Anncoo said...

Look fresh and beautiful. And now.. I'm not sure they apples or plums??

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