The Endless Harvest

I’m saving the stones – each a promise of new growth – as this endless apricot harvest creeps along. When all is preserved, eaten, given away, or left to compost its way back into the earth, I shall count these stones.

If anyone would like some beautiful seeds to further the legacy of this gorgeous, sheltering, familial tree, please post a comment or contact me.

Photo Credits: The Endless Harvest by Susan J. Preston, Santa Fe, NM © 2019, all rights reserved
Technical: iPhone 6s

 

Crabapple Cluster

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