Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Apple blossom time...

The gnarled, overgrown apple tree across the street is largely neglected.
It's never pruned and every autumn the unpicked, wormy apples fall to the ground to rot.
But, its blossoms are still a thing of beauty.

(edited with triple preset)

(edited with Kim Klassen's day texture)

(edited with Kim Klassen's dreamit texture)

still following,





18 comments:

  1. These are so soft and lovely, Elizabeth! Nicely done.

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  2. Beautiful!
    Thank you for joining this week's link-up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/04/making-dangerous-situation-kid-friendly.html

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    1. I'm so glad you stopped by my blog. Thanks!

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  4. Those apple blossoms are lovely! I think blooms on bare (or almost-bare) branches are just beautiful.

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  5. What a simple but lovely arrangement. Love the apple blossoms.

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  6. Your still life composition is lovely! Apple blossoms, along with peach blossoms, are always such welcome site after winter. Too bad the apples are not idea! :-) I really like the texture on the last shot.

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  7. Beautiful blossoms! I picked one to feature for Flower Friday.

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  8. Your pictures are always lovely, and your words so often echo my own heart, Elizabeth. I read your blog faithfully through my Feedly app. :). God bless you and yours.....

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    1. I read my favorite blogs on Feedly, too! I find I don't comment as much, however, reading them that way, but it is more efficient!

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