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Monday, March 2, 2009

Apple Tree. My Picture of the Day

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  1. Lovely picture but that dog looks veeeery interested (lol).

  2. Thanks for visiting my blog. It is great to find yours. I have a secret desire to live in Seattle although I've never actually even visited there. From what I read and hear, it is the ultimate place to garden.

  3. Love the tree, and of course the dog. Very cute.


  4. Tatyana, I like the moss on the tree picture!

  5. Nice shot. There are so many great elements in this photo!

  6. Hi Tatyana

    I have a big regard for apple trees. When they're old the trunks look gnarled and really interesting. I bet if that tree fruits well the branches will 'weep' under the weight. Beautiful


  7. Hello over there :)
    And thank you for visiting my garden-blog :) I read that you are also crating your garden from scratch. That is exactly what I am doing here :9
    Here was groing forrest 4 years my good, we have lot´s of work here before we even can call this a garden...
    Now I will take a tour around your blog....
    Have a very nice day!!!

  8. What a great old tree. I have one in my pasture. Very old and twisted. Some long ago farmer planted it and his wife no doubt made applesauce and jelly. Years ago my horses stood in its shade and ate the fallen apples. Now the deer pick up what falls.

  9. Beautiful apple tree :)

  10. Lovely! Dogs and gardens, two of my favorite things (as long one's not digging in the other!). Thanks for your comment on the TLDBlog and for listing it on your blog!

  11. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this picture with me! It is very sad but that apple tree, little old house and fence don't exist anymore. I came there one day and saw that everything dissapeared. They cleared the spot and, probably, will build some office or self storage or something else that won't please anyone's eyes. I hope that the people got a nice new house and that the dog is happy in a new place. Then, why am I so sad? I guess this place reminded me of something... It was like a window into a different world. Now, that window got shut.

  12. It looks different! Immagine, before I didn't catch the tree... I need the second glimps...

  13. Svetlana: очень рада твоим отзывам, Света! Можно и по-русски писать.Ничего не осталось там, пустое место, а может, что-то уже начали строить.


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