Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Apple Time








Apple harvest in the Adige Valley.
(South Tyrol produces 10% of the European apples).

11 comments:

  1. Gostei de visitar o blog.
    Belas fotografias.
    Um abraço.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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  2. Gorgeous photos, Karl! Looks like you could just reach out and take a bite. :-)

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  3. As Jackie Gleason used to say, "How sweet it is!" These look so good. Maybe you should get a job photographing food? :)

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  4. I can almost smell those delicious apples.

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  5. It looks like it has been a good crop, Karl!

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  6. Very tempting! I love the taste of apples too.

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  7. I have to say, I do pay attention to the origin of apples and I think the South Tyrolean varieties are tasty.

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  8. When I'm looking these apples, I'll think: I want apple ...
    Lovely photos.

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