Friday, October 26, 2012

Fall tree fruits and seeds

The smell of fresh pressed apple cider is so incredibly apple-y!  I went on an apple picking field trip today and had the chance to smell both.  Unfortunately we were not allowed to taste the unpasteurized version so I did not compare the taste.  This experience reminded me that I have been meaning to share a few photographs of the fall tree fruit showing in my neighborhood.

Crabapple

Hawthorn (Washington?)

Hawthorn

Redbud

Ginkgo

London planetree 
Green ash samaras

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