Saturday, May 4, 2013

Spring Time On the Farm -- Apple Orchard



Apple Orchard
Cedarmere Farm


Apple Orchard
Cedarmere Farm


Apple Orchard
Cedarmere Farm


Apple Orchard
Cedarmere Farm


Apple Orchard
Cedarmere Farm


Apple Orchard and Butterfly
Cedarmere Farm


Apple Orchard and Butterly
Cedarmere Farm


Apple Orchard and Butterfly
Cedarmere Farm


Happy Spring, 

                                                                                         Christa




15 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos Christa. The apple blossom is beautiful and your farm looks absolutely idyllic x

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    1. Hi Penny,
      Thank you. I had so much fun taking those pictures because the scenery was amazing.
      Christa

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  2. Christa, your photos are gorgeous! I feel as though I am taking a walk in your lovely garden. Thank you so much for sharing.

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    1. Hi Linda,
      Thank you for visiting my blog. I am glad you liked the photos.
      Christa

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  3. Love the blossoms, love the sun, love the butterfly and love the little lake - perfect!
    Ingrid x

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    1. Hi Ingrid,
      I am glad you liked the photos.
      Christa

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  4. Christa.... What a joy to be surrounded by such beauty! You are so kind to share a glimpse of your lovely homeplace with us. The pink blossoms are so scrumptious ... Words fail me!

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    1. Hi Susan,
      These apple trees were not the prior owner's priority. Even after just a short period of care, they are looking great. We were very excited to see the trees loaded with blossoms. We might have a few edible apples this Fall!
      Christa

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    2. Christa.... Was thinking each blossom carries the promise of wonderful Fall apples! Hope you will photograph and share the apple harvest. :-)

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    3. The pressure is on! We'd better take care of these babies, otherwise there would be nothing to share in the Fall :(

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  5. Hello Christa

    What glorious images and apple blossom is one of my favourite fragrences. My first eau de cologne was called Apple Blossom by Helena Rubinstein (it was one of the lead in perfumes favourited by young sixteen year olds.

    Thanks for visiting

    Where can I sign up to collow your blog?

    Helen xx

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    1. Hi Helen,
      I bet that eau de cologne was refreshing. I would love for you to follow my blog. All you have to do is to scroll down to the very end (in the brown color section), you will see an option to join as a member. Unfortunately, this option does not seem to be available from a smart phone. Thank you for joining me.
      Christa

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  6. Gorgeous photos! Would love for you to share at Simple & Sweet Fridays. New Follower!

    Take Care,
    Jody

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    1. Hi Jody,
      Thank you for visiting me and inviting me to share at Simple & Sweet Fridays. I will. Your blog has so many good ideas and great projects. Thank you for sharing.
      Christa

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  7. Soon, the pretty, pale pinks of these petals will flourish and refresh the landscape at Cedarmere Farm, with their subtly sweet perfume, to once again, colour the canvas that is spring, with brushstrokes of beauty in bloom.

    Have a lovely weekend, Christa.

    Poppy

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