Apple pickin' Monday September 22, 2008, 5 comments

Gala apple on tree

It’s that time of year again. Sarah and I took the kids out to the orchard and picked about 20kg of apples. I took some pictures – including the one above – with my iPhone, and posted several of them to Facebook. Since I haven’t yet been ambitious enough to create an app that allows me to size and upload images to this blog yet (or even simply post) – I had to wait till I got back to my laptop to post this one. Enjoy!


Comments

sarah Monday September 22, 2008


I will definitely enjoy the apple sauce, apple pies, apple cake, apple ice cream… I think I need more ideas!

sarah Monday September 22, 2008


Apple fritters! How could I forget apple fritters?!?

Adrian Monday September 22, 2008


One cannot forget the fritters! I think I should post the recipe for fritters.

Sumedh Monday September 22, 2008


did you climb up the tree for that shot? Interesting apple! :)

Looking forward to the fritters’ recipe!

Adrian Monday September 22, 2008


No,I climbed up a ladder. I don’t think the trees were strong enough to support climbing. I’ll steal the recipe from Sarah, then I’ll post it here!

It was interesting to experiment with the camera on the iPhone. I think it’d interesting to have a device that allows me to edit and upload images from my dSLR to this site/Facebook/etc.

The camera on the phone is fine, but it’s no dSLR.

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