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The Nanking Cherries are ripe, so today I snacked while my husband took some pictures with his new camera. This is his favourite…
…and this is mine. Which do you like best?
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I think both are lovely
Aww, thanks Tara!
Thanks Nicole; I love them too!
well look at you miss pretty pants…err…skirt!
Yup, I was totally showing off! LOL I love this skirt; it’s my “I’m adorable” skirt.
I can see why! so cute!
Really love the second photo. It catches everything perfectly!
Thanks Carli! I loved the red of the cherries and the way the sun just lit up the whole scene.
you’re so lucky you have cherries to yank!
I know it, Meryl! They’re about half the size of regular cherries so they’re not good for much except fresh eating but they are FABULOUS for that!
Thanks Paula! It was a bargain find from Sears and it’s become a staple in my closet.
I love Cherries. Sad that we don’t have any fruit trees here. Thanks for the linky.
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Aww, I’d be so sad without my fruit trees! We have cherries, plums and some very sparse raspberries that need to be moved to a different location, I think. I love it!
aww! sweet shots!
Both photos are great! You are beautiful so of course they would be
Mmm cherries!! I want to plant more fruit trees, we only have an apple tree.
Aww, thanks Jody! An apple tree is one I’ve wished for; we have plums, cherries and raspberries but I just can’t get enough backyard fruit! LOL
Love cherries! Gotta plan a couple of these trees! Love your skirt!
Thanks Tammy! Yes, these little Nankings are the best, though I’d love to get a tree to grow full-sized cherries. Yeah, the prairies have those now!
Both photos are cute, but yours is a little better! Love having fresh fruit to pick, you are lucky!
Aww, thanks Laura! I edited mine a bit to bring out the red of the cherries and I really like the dream-like quality it has.
Lovely! You look amazing!
Thank you so much, Stephanie!
What beautiful pics, you’re so lovely Kat
Aww, thanks Julie! I do love how these turned out!
Our cherry blossoms were killed off by a cold snap after coming out too early. Sad
Both these pics are lovely
Oh no, that’s so sad Deb! Our cherries are needed to cross-pollinate with our plum tree so that’s actually the only reason we have them. They used to just get nibbled on for a few weeks when I was a girl but since my hubby and I bought the house we’ve been experimenting making them into wine and jam. I love them!
Those are both gorgeous pictures! We had a few nanking cherry bushes when I was growing up – we’d pick them, mom would juice them and then make jelly out of them.
Oh gosh, don’t they make the best jelly, Bonnie? I tried it for the first time a few years ago and fell in love!
I love cherries! wish I had a fruit tree
You should totally get one; fruit trees are the best! I’m not a fan of plants that don’t “do” anything.
Send some cherries my way pretty please.
You got it, Nolie!
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