Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Pollen, Bee and Tree

I watch buds swell then open and along comes the bee and pollinates the tree. This little tree just behind our home gives us an amazing amount of apples. We share them with family members who look forward to their crisp, sweetness every year in early fall. We've seen deer come at dusk and eat the apples from the tree. We quietly watch them and take pleasure in their pleasure. There is enough apples to share. Later, when the apples are becoming riper so that we choose to leave some, the starlings descend and enjoy. Then after the apple falls to the ground and sometimes even before the yellow jackets are busy about them. I think they like eating rotten things. She is a beautiful tree so dainty.
Watched Night of the Iguana tonight. Fantastic film!

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