Thursday, October 22, 2015

Country Fence

Apples and fencing at corner of yard

 Out on a country road, many apples had fallen on the road side of the fence. I bet they would make tasty applesauce!



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41 comments:

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Such a shame to see such good fruit going to waste. It would never have happened in our grandparents' day.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Uma cerca cheia de maçãs.
Belas fotografias.
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

✿ chica said...

Muito lindo e deu vontade de colher as maçãs! bjs, chica

Christine said...

I would love to nip down there and gather some apples! Love your pictures!

Geoff Wilkinson said...

Oh I do hope someone can find a use for all those apples, it seems such a shame...

Darla said...

Pretty fence but I agree with everyone, hate to see apples going to waste.

Kathy said...

Those apples are so red that when the photo first came into view my thought was "Oh, my gosh, is that a tomato tree?" I'm actually laughing at myself! I think I'm still somewhat asleep!

eileeninmd said...

I love apples, I hope there is use for those on the ground. I am sure the birds and critters love them too. Great fence shots. Happy Thursday, enjoy your weekend ahead!

Viola said...

Wow, soooo many good looking apples! :)
Here has been n o n e apples this year!
Last year there were lots and lots of good tasting apples!

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Oh I just love these photos. So fall with the apples on the ground. I love apples too and this brings back memories of apples trees we've had in years past. Great fence! Have a nice day. hugs, cm

Lea said...

Pretty scene - great fence photo!

handmade by amalia said...

Lovely! In my mind these apples have already been collected and there is a pie baking somewhere. It smells heavenly.
Amalia
xo

Lowell said...

Oh mein goodness...do you know what those cost for a little bag in our supermarkets! Yikes!

AlexaT said...

Wow...or a great apple compote or pie!! First image is an amazing illustration for a book... it looks like those seen in children books! Greetings!

Jeevan said...

wow... awesome fall with apples! so delicious post

Gerald (SK14) said...

someone would be quick here to go gather the fallen apples.

DeniseinVA said...

Those fallen apples add a lovely bit of color to your photos. Great shots!

Margaret Adamson said...

So many fallen apples. I hope if no one is going to take them, you lift them, keep them adn over the winter give them to the birds when they re rotten. They love them that way.

Gayle said...

It seems to be a banner year for apples in some areas.

Karen S. said...

Wonderful, quick grab a basket collect some apples!

Pamela Gordon said...

I love these photos! Look at all those apples going to waste though!!

Jeanne said...

I'm thinking "Pie" - Nice shots.

VP said...

Plenty of apples and wonderful light!

RedPat said...

It does seem a shame to see them going to waste.

Ida said...

What a pretty scene with the Apple Tree and Fencing. - I would have stopped to ask if I could pick up some of the apples. It would be a shame for them to go to waste.

William Kendall said...

I'm sure plenty of critters like birds and squirrels and raccoons will make short work of fallen apples.

TexWisGirl said...

used to help my mom pare and slice to freeze for later pies and make lots of applesauce from the peelings and smaller parts. :)

Rose said...

They sure make an appealing shot...I would like to taste one...

Ruth Hiebert said...

Those apples do look good.

Michelle said...

This is a really beautiful shot. Simplistic and country to the core!

Revrunner said...

Oo! I like all the apples.

GreenComotion said...

Tina,
This is like a Apple-Tennis court.
So beautiful and pleasing to the eye!
I am reminded of my student days when I ate a bunch of Crab Apples in Hamilton, Ont.
Have a Great Day!
Peace :)

Stephanie said...

Looks like healthy apples, too bad no one picked them. Lovely capture.

Kay said...

I've watched masses of apples lie under a tree here, too. I hate to see them go to waste. There are lots of deer and coyotes and even birds around my area that would be happy to help clean them up.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I'll bet the deer and other critters are pretty happy about those apples!
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Barbara Wójcik said...

I just love these photos!

Karen said...

Apple picking time! YAY!

visualnorway said...

You can't fence the apples in! Well spotted

Jack said...

I am hoping that, at least, there are some animals around that can benefit from this apple banquet.

Felicia said...

such yummy fence photos.

cieldequimper said...

I am loooooving autumn on your blog! And looking forward to winter (unlike you probably!!!)

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