Monday, October 06, 2008

Wild Apple Tree for Ruby Tuesday


Wild apple trees fringing the the edge of the woods
message enticement with their rosy ripeness
drawing me nearer I stop to fill my pockets
to later enjoy their aroma escaping from my oven


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24 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Wild apple trees are so beautiful right now! Nice choice for Ruby Tuesday.

ellen b said...

What a pretty setting and the apples are so ruby. :0)

Felisol said...

The atmosphere seems to be right from a nature tale. Almost unreal,-and so beautiful.
From Felisol

Leora said...

How pretty, your apple trees at the edge of the woods.

DrillerAA said...

What a great treat. Very nice photos as well. Happy RT.

Ralph said...

Wild red apples would taste just as sweet as store bought ones...bet the horses in the vicinity stop by often for the sweet treats!

me ann my camera said...

ralph:
The White-tailed Deer like them!

Yen said...

Yum! I can't stand if we have an apple tree:) I'll be out waiting for a new grow! haha Mine is posted HERE. Happy RT!~

Jenn said...

Sadly, apple trees don't grow here. How I wish I can just go grab a fruit from its tree.

My RT entries are posted here and here. Happy Tuesday!

Bobbie in Hawaii said...

I love the very idea of wild apple trees -- and the fruit in their "rosy ripeness." Happy Ruby Tuesday.

Grandma Faith said...

Ruby red apples and a lovely poem for our enjoyment...thank you!

Pam Croom said...

What extraordinary color! My first thoughts were of the apple from Snow White. The here love apples too. I picked some and put them away from the road for the deer. They politely ate a couple, but left the rest. I apparently don't know how to pick apples!

magiceye said...

lovely pics! feel like crunching those apples!

Deborah Godin said...

That's a beautiful tapestry of fall, and a perfect ruby' the aromas must be wonderful!

Becky and Gary said...

We also have a "wild" apple tree, but ours has yellow fruit. Not too tasty, but the deer like them. Happy RT.

Linda said...

They look very tasty! They would make some awesome apple butter.

Mags said...

I was going to go with apples too as I just went picking with my niece Sunday...but my Ruby Red just popped out at me and I had to share my joy! :)

Dianne said...

I love the perspective of the bottom shot. It is as if we can just keep traveling down the lane picking more apples! :)

~Just Me~ said...

Mmmm....great shot, I love fall shots.

Rambling Woods said...

Is that your poetry too Ann? You are so talented...

me ann my camera said...

rambling woods:
Glad that you enjoy the text; and yes it is my poetry and it is fun writing it. Often the picture is the inspiration.

Kathiesbirds said...

All I can say is Yum! Now I want to go bake an apple pie!

Kay said...

We had apple trees in Illinois but none in Hawaii now. Sigh. I'm seeing real big ones in Japan now though. Thank you so much for keeping me company on my trip. It makes me smile to know you're there.

Kay said...

We had apple trees in Illinois but none in Hawaii now. Sigh. I'm seeing real big ones in Japan now though. Thank you so much for keeping me company on my trip. It makes me smile to know you're there.