Monday, 11 July 2011
Early Morning Light
After overnight showers, this morning has turned out sunny and bright. Everything is sparkling with raindrops and the sunlight through the courgette flower caught my eye.
These are James Grieve Apples which are swelling up nicely now. They are a really delicious early Apple which smell as good as they taste. When they mature in late August they have a lovely rosy colour, but unfortunately they don't store well. The tree is 25 years old now and produces an abundant harvest every year without fail.
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