Monday, April 27, 2009

Apple tree

photo by Fio
Well, I know I should show you the city, but a blooming apple tree near my home is so lovely!
I can't help taking a photo and sharing it with you. It's a pity that you can't smell a delicate fragrance of flowers :)

14 comments:

Saretta said...

Those beautiful blossoms help make the city more beautiful!

Abe Lincoln said...

I have some blossoms on two of my blogs this morning. One on Brookville Daily Photo and one on Gobsmacks. I am just now introducing my new blog on CDPB called the Hamlet of Gordon. If you have extra time and would like to take a look I would appreciate it.

The Hamlet of Gordon

Frank de Jol said...

Wspaniałe zdjęcie !!
Patrząc czuję wiosnę i zapach tych pięknych kwiatów.
Ach....;-)) Dzięki.

nobu said...

Beautiful white blossom!!

PAK said...

Ech, gdzieś niedaleko musi być, a też nic nie czuję :D

Lois said...

They are beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

Vogon Poet said...

Great image for subject, colors and composition. You are so lucky to have these trees in blossom just near home.

Cezar and Léia said...

Fabulous blossoms!
MAny thanks dear Fio for thinking of your friends!It's lovely to see beautiful flowers.
Kind Regards
Léia

amatamari said...

The white blossom!!!

Beautiful!!!

:-)

Juergen Kuehn said...

Wonderful shot!
These beautiful apple blossoms bringing hope for a plentiful harvest - if the bees join in.
"An apple a day
keeps the doctor away!"

Fio said...

I'm glad that you enjoyed my today's post :-))

@Frank de Jol
Ach :-D

@PAK
Ech? :|

@Juergen
What a worldly wisdom! :-D

m_m said...

Pieknie, a później będzie i smacznie:)

Cristóbal said...

Even looking at the photo makes you think of the nice smell the apple tree should have (even though I have spring allergies).

Hilda said...

That is so pretty! I wish I could smell them — I've never smelled apple blossoms before. But I love apple-scented lotions, soap, shampoo, room fragrances and such. Do they smell anything like the fruit?

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