In addition to writing, I love being behind my camera.
The other day I was shooting some photos to accompany an article about applesauce. I decided to spend a few minutes taking some random shots of the apples.
Stacked. Wet in a bowl. Close-up.
When I started editing through the photos to pick out what to use for my writing assignment, I came across this image. It’s not a good fit for the article, but I think it’s beautiful all on its own.
The green tip of the stem shows the apple is fresh-picked.
Corn dust from a nearby field mutes the robust red color.
Scars and imperfections prove it was locally grown and ripened outside.
It was almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
Until next time,