mmmm - they must smell wonderful!
Hopefully they will soon!
They look wonderful. our cold March destroyed our local peach crop.
After seeing some peaches drop to the ground, I decided to pick some especially nice looking ones and let them ripen inside instead of get eaten by birds on the tree, or by insects when they fall to the ground. There's a branch way up that's loaded with peaches. There are enough up there to keep any birdies happy. :)
Beautiful! I can almost smell them.
Thank you, Mrs.T. I think they're beautiful, too. :)
We need technology where we can get smells through our devices. Those peaches are so pretty.
That sounds like dangerous technology. lol If I could smell every chocolate chip cookie I encounter online, I might have a problem controlling myself from buying or making them. And then, of course, eating them...
Just caught up on your recent "everyday art" posts. Today's is quite lovely (and yummy!). I am also taken by the "clean start" post and its accompanying Scripture verse!
I'm glad you you liked Clean Start, Cheryl. And the peaches. :)
Very nice photograph
Thank you, May. I keep looking at it and seeing the out of focus peaches. You may help me quit scrutinizing it.
That's an Instagram worthy picture right there!
This is your big sis, by the way.
This time, it was helpful to be reminded. I don't see that name often enough to always recognize it. Thank you for the compliment, Sherri. :)
Don't tell me you have a peach tree, too?
We DO! lol We didn't realize it until a little over a week ago, I think... We didn't notice the peaches until they were large and turning red.
The best peaches are the ones we eat while standing over the kitchen sink with the juices running down the arm! This picture looks like those kind of peaches!
Once these are fully ripe, they're pretty juicy. :)
Those peaches look so good.
:) They seem to ripen just one or two at a time, so we've been able to enjoy them. I'm hoping a bunch ripen together and it will be worth my while to freeze some.
These little scrumptious. Peaches are a favorite here.
When these are ripe they are wonderful. Even if small and a little scarred. The fruit inside is usually pretty perfect.