12 thoughts on “Wild Apples

  1. Love the shallow depth of field that brings the invisible growing process to light (pun intended) and makes it look positively magical — which in a sense, it is.

  2. Two words come to mind when viewing Wild Apples. “Wonderful” is the first word and “ethereal” is the second word. With your touch of red gently mingled with the subtle shades of green, Wild Apples is beautifully complete.

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