2 thoughts on “wild apples

  1. Hello Nigel,

    This tree, and another next to it with bright red apples, are at the Emiquon preserve on a slim patch of ground near the water. They must have been planted before the Nature Conservancy bought the property and converted it to wetlands in the 1990s. I love the fact that the trees were left as a reminder of the past. 🙂

    Thank you :).

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