Hi Inger - wonderful photos ... and those gnarly apply trees - make me think of the gnarly men who opened up the country .. and I love the name Tehachapi ... enjoy the summer and the pleasures it brings, yet hope the heat isn't too h-o-t----- ... cheers Hilary
i love that gnarly tree. i was about to ask what it is when i read the apple tree. wow.. it is beautiful to me
Beautiful old trees. Makes a person wonder about the people who planted them and their expectations in life.
Springtime is my 2nd favorite time of year. Indian Summer is my favorite as anyone reading the end of my ADRIFT IN THE TIME STREAM would understand. :-) Sam walks through the Autumn World in it.
Hello Inger!So beautiful photos of Springtime in the Canyon. I like this gnarly apply trees too.You live in a beautiful place!
Interesting gnarly apple trees. Do they produce fruit?
I don't know if they still bear fruit.
No one who has never experienced the desert in all its seasons can imagine the spring. It is exquisite! Are the apples edible? can they be harvested?
I don't know about the apples.
I love spring in the mountains and in the plains. Happy Springtime!!
Michelle sId it before me, Peaceful.
So glad that you're finally getting spring!
Springtime in the mountains is beautiful!!
Springtime is always pretty! lovely poppies I see, too.
Beautiful photos, Inger! Thanks for your concern for our safety during this season of wild weather in Oklahoma. We've been fortunate to miss the big storms with tornadoes. See my blog for an amazing picture my cousin took of a storm passing by her house. It didn't have a tornado, but the sky was beautiful. Take care!! ~Jeff
Hi Inger! For some reason, known only to blogger, your blog pots are no longer showing up on my dashboard, although you come up on my list -- But when I click on it, it say something about the link not being good. Crazy... I'll try to figure it out, I've been missing your blog, and you too! I hope you're doing well as we head into summer!!
Absolutely beautiful. We have lost Granny Pruett's apple and all we have now are dwarf apple trees.
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger