And I didn't get even one? I shall go to my little corner and POUT! They look delicious.
Oh my, that looks so good. sweet juicy, lushious. Is that a word? :D
If I had been there, would you have shared? Those look so yummy. When I worked at the orchard, I used to pick the plums in the fall. I never started liking them till the last 3 or 4 years I was there. I feel like I wasted so much time.
they look so juicy and tasty. well done
For the first crop they look delicious. I love that shot of them in the bowl!
Plums already!?Yum yum! :)))Mine are small and green still.... ;)
That sounds like summer!
mmmm plums.reminds me of the damson trees we had growing down the bottom of our garden when i was a nipper.
That it's yours makes it all the more sweet. Lucky you!
I love those plums too Dot. But fresh ones off your own tree are so much more flavorful than those picked before they're ready and ripened in the store.
They look yummy!
Oh how yummy! My husband would die to have a plum tree.
There's nothing quite like harvesting the fruits of your labor. The plums look beautiful.LA is Lower Alabama? ha Good one. Well, I'm glad you got to go there instead of crazy Los Angeles.
Oh Dot!Those look so Yummy!And the shot in the glass bowl is very pretty!Junie
Beautiful shot. Good fruit.
I'm glad you took a couple of photos before you finished them off. I bet it was a close race, though. The plums sure look good!
Oh yummy is right, lucky you that you have them. I bought some last week at Costco and they weren't very good.
I think it was you!!!!
All gone now? Well, that's the pits, isn't it?They look deeeeelicious; those are some sweet, mouth-watering photographs!
Dot: I so love the sweetness of those little plums from the tree.I was just over to Imac's and changed your cheer.Sorry Dot but:I screamyou scream we all scream for beer in our ice cream! LOL
Yum indeed .. they look as good as they must taste!and I have been to a lot of places .. both here in the US of A and overseas in Europe ... I love to travel .. Venice was a trip taken 5 yrs ago this coming October ... my oldest/best friend's son got married there so we all got together and turned it into a little vacation ... its a photographers dream to wander Venice camera in hand .. it is a most photogenic city .. but then Italy is a beautiful country from Venice on down to the tip of the 'boot':-Daryl
Nice pictures and they certainly look good, but I don't like to eat them.
Plums look so good. Maybe Annieput her blog on ice and will riseagain for it says you can not take that title. Makes me think she will return.
Good thing I wasn't there -- you might not have gotten a one!
I saw the first picture and thought, did she grow these herself! The next picture answered my question. My husband planted a plum tree last year-nothing yet-he was so disappointed. I think maybe it's in a spot that doesn't get enough sun. Great job!
My friend as a great Plum tree... never seems to have a bad year.. I of course get plenty from him.. :O).. Plud apple and ginger pies or crumble.. beautiful with icecream or warm custard
Looks great. I love fruit trees so worth the wait.
We didn't get but a few plums this season. Tastey but darn they are gone. Not a lot of bees doing the pollinating this year.
yummy Dot....how many trees do you have.....Think I will go pout in the corner with Andrea.....
I love them when they are still a little bit hard and fresh ... I put them int he freezer and afterwards ... yumm ...
Mmm... love a good, fresh, juicy plum. They tempt me each pass through the produce section at Publix. :)
I love plums. As a child I used to pick wild plums in my grandfather's hedgerows in GA. That was the life! xoxo
Dot,My plum tree has fruit on it for the first time this year, the plums are so good. Yours looks good too. The birds are helping me eat them...:) I have to pick fast, what I don't eat, I give away.
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