Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Oh, just give them a few more minutes!Super photo, by the way.
It's so gorgeous.
I like the looks of crabapples. Have you ever made Crabapple Jelly? It is just so pretty. Are you have wet snow already? MB
Wonderful detail of the snow melting on the beautifully colored apple.
Beautiful crab-apple. I love the rain/snow/sleet that is on it. Brrr. But it really adds to the beauty of the photograph.
FABULOUS shot. The droplets on them are fantastic. Those little squirrely critters will surely love these :)
As always, your photos are simply superb.
Just say no to snow! But yes to crabapple jelly.......
Wow...I love that...no snow here yet...but it will be soon enough..
it looks so refreshing; nice!
A fabulous red!It is nice to see that we are not the only ones who suffer from an early winter :-)
beautiful, a fellow blogger had frozen white berries.http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2009/02/crab-apples.htmlI did a post on crab apple last year. Do you eat your crab apple?
That is one superb photo composition!!!!!My macro is now posted. I'd love for you to visit if you can when time allows you to drop by....Here is the direct link to mine.
Beautiful detail~ love the melting ice :-)
Good enough to pluck and if others were around put in a pot and make crab apple jelly! My om make the best!!! Cathy
Snow? Yikes. Going to be 87 here today and 91 tomorrow!This is a wonderful memory jerker...haven't seen crab apples since I was a kid growing up in Minnesota!
great shot....so crisp and clear.i feel like i could reach out and grab it.
Melted snow!! Oh, no!Love the shot... it's beautiful.
Oh oh I hope they see it. Macro Monday
Beautiful where it is hanging and just waiting to be picked :)http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/10/25/Macro-Mondaye28093Spider-Acrobat.aspx
If your squirrels are as resourceful as our squirrels - that crab apple is not long for this world. Great shot!
now I learned something new. Did not know it was called crab apple. Great shot.
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