Project 1825, Day 9

This post is coming a day late, but I have my reasons. So without further ado, let’s carry on.

Today’s color: GRANNY SMITH APPLE! (Let’s call it green, OK?)

First up, an unidentified green flower, done in macro, because I like macro. Looks like someone sprinkled this liberally with salt and pepper…

And lastly for today’s color, in celebration of springtime in Arizona, where the average daily temperature where I live is all the way down to 105 now, a melting Granny Smith apple…

Have a great day, and God bless!


~ by kbfotografix on October 3, 2012.

2 Responses to “Project 1825, Day 9”

  1. Melting apple. Clever. đŸ˜‰

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