Wednesday, 15 April 2020

Apple Blossom Time





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  1. ... and they smell nice too!

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  2. Beautiful apple blossoms! What kind of apples do you grow there?

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  3. Wow! Gorgeous. I have never seen apple blossoms in real life. It's too hot here for apples.

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  4. My first visit to your blog. I enjoyed looking at your pretty spring bloom photos because I have not been out of the house for 32 days and could not see any. I did look at many of my old photos of past spring, but it’s not the same as being outdoors.

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  5. Brilliant photos!

    Robin
    Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

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  6. Lovely! I noticed today that the neighbor's apple tree is in bloom (I also, alas, noticed that they'd cut back the part that hung over to our side of the fence. Guess I'll have to just ask if I can have some apples!)

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    1. Bit of a problem there. I feel gilty if the branches overhang next door so cut them back. We have the same problem as you and do cut them back for the guy problem is the apples dtop falling then

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  7. Yes, it is! Lovely images.

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  8. Looks very pretty
    a beautiful spring sign

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  9. (っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ Lovely photos!

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