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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Apple Blossoms

Apple blossom time
A bright blue sky and apple blossoms - heaven! 
 Some of the apple trees are not trimmed
 And some are trimmed - making picking much easier
 They remind me of ballet dancers.

Famous for apples - Washington has many treasured varieties of apples.         


Tom said...

...JoAnn, I also live in apple country along the shore of Lake Ontario. Nature for me is the greatest
treasure of all. Thanks for your visit, please stop back again.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, pretty apple blossoms. Lovely trees and images. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

Small City Scenes said...

I took pictures of our apple blossoms and cherry blossoms and was going to use them today-----but changed my mind. Does that mean our minds work alike!!!!?????

Debra She Who Seeks said...

We will be getting our apple blossom time here in Alberta in about a month! Prettiest time of the year!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That's a lot of blooms that will have a bumper crop! Lovely photos my friend. Hugs, Diane

Rose said...


Julie Fukuda said...

My uncle had a huge apple orchard with many varieties from early th late in the season and eating apples, to cider apples to applesauce apples ... the works. A great place to spend summer picking up wind-falls.

Rambling Woods said...

Hello Joann,,,nice to see you again...I love taking photos of the spring flowers on our trees delicate and pretty. I think it is wonderful that your Grandson marched in the March for Science. We are going to need wonderful young people like him in the future. The denial of science is a very disturbing thing, but I am somewhat hopeful that people are speaking up and I hope we keep on fighting.....Michelle

Lorrie said...

Apple blossoms are so delicate and magical. Ours are just beginning to open here and I never tire of looking at them. I sometimes think the pruned trees look a little odd, but they do make picking easier. We have semi-dwarf varieties and it's important to keep them trimmed.