These look beautiful betsy!
And look who's first! :)
Ah you said! Thanks:)
Yes, you win! Pat didn't even say Pffft! lol....
Maybe I have to say him pfft!
Maybe you should! haha.
We don't have here these beauties!
No? They are small...like cherries but most people don't eat them. They are very sour. I did make jelly with them once but usually just leave them for the birds in the winter. :)
I remember the birds ate them but always find beautiful!Nobody say Im first:(
yes I did...up there where you ARE first. hahaha.
Yes I notice now!
Gloria, Queen of Banana Pudding. :)
Quite the view from these windows of yours! Always something different.
Yeah, I love these three windows in front of my desk. You know that. :)
It's a beautiful view, thanks for sharing with us!
Isn't it? I'm looking forward to yellow leaves!
Nice shotAt your plotStill green too?Global warming at your zooTurning hereFar and near
A few have turned here and therebut still some green everywhere.We're further south than youwhere things are colorful at your zoo.But things are more colorful, shall we say,at your place, in several other ways.hahaha.
hahaha oh that is very trueColorful in many ways at my zoo
Hey, you will like my post tonight!Yeah, you will laugh, alright!
And yes, I'm one draft ahead, too.No, not fifty like your zoo.
the fruit knows....it will inform the leaves soon enough....smilesour green is still holding on as well....
It will come in due time....sure am enjoying the weather, though!
Great colors in your photo! I noticed today that more leaves are turning gold and red. But only splashes here and there.
Yeah, we haven't peaked yet with the color. Waiting til it's really full before I go out driving with my camera. Seems a little late this year!
Don't you just love the views from where we live....cook....create?I sure do....We are very lucky...indeed...Another great shot, Betsy...Cheers!Linda :o)
Yes, I do love it. Beauty in the every day stuff. Love it! And aren't we smart to notice? ha. :)
love nature when it changes outside a window.R u planning something with these crab apples?
No, ..I have before (jelly) but usually leave them for the birds.
The birds will love these!! Good thing we can enjoy them first! xx
It's funny...they aren't the birds' favorite. They'll eat seed first...and these as a last resort. ha. Although flocks of Starlings swoop in for them...maybe they don't notice the feeder. ha.
Starlings will eat anything!
You could put miniature apples with that mini tea set for the mini bears tea party.
yes, that would be cute!
Have a little insomnia there, in OK? ;)
Yes I am afraid I do. 4 hours straight is a good night. Menopause has kicked my you-know-what :)
Beautiful photo Betsy, these are going to turn out to be incredible very soon!
yes, I do love how they change from green to yellow! So pretty!
Love the sunflower masthead. Do your crabapple trees bloom in Spring? Inotherwords, are there decorative trees vs fruit bearing?
Yes, they bloom...and each bloom becomes fruit!
I have a red crab apple tree, but it is way across the driveway and far from my windows.Love the golden berries on yours.
I have a couple of red ones...I actually like them, better! :)
What a lovely view just outside your window!
Isn't it? I really enjoy it.
Great photo! Your ears may have been burning last week as I shared the "story" of Betsy and her five men with my daughter and oldest son ... Daughter Beth and I were in Denver where my son has just moved. Huge decorating project, lots of fun.
haha...no burning that I noticed. I'm sure the story was very entertaining! lol.... Sounds like you had fun...project and all!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!