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City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Friday, November 03, 2006

Apples, apples and more apples


See what happens when you’re too busy to pick your apples!
These could be used to make jam, vinegar, even cider, more jam and if there’s some more left, for eating.

The photo was taken in one private garden in the city centre near lake Panonica.

9 Comments:

Blogger Alex said...

Wow, there are many of them!i agree it's a waste, but a nice picture though.

03 November, 2006 02:47  
Blogger Ryan of OC Photos said...

Wow. That is one productive tree!

03 November, 2006 06:31  
Blogger Olivier said...

en france on fait la revolution en jetant des pavés, a tuzla en jetant des pommes ;o) impressionnant toutes ces pommes, j'espere qu'elles ne sont pas perdues et quelqu'un en ferra une bonne compote.

in France one makes the revolution by throwing paving stones, has tuzla by throwing apples ;O) impressing all these apples, I hope that they are not lost and somebody shoed a good compote of it.

03 November, 2006 06:38  
Blogger photowannabe said...

Thats a lot of cider on the ground. Interesting photo.

03 November, 2006 06:54  
Blogger Zsolt72 said...

Jazzy..was it you who sent me a comment as anonymus yesterday?:) I think yes...so I gave the point of anonymus to you:)

03 November, 2006 09:57  
Blogger Kate said...

Were you in the tree when you took this photo? It's an unusual topic and an unusual point-of-view!

03 November, 2006 12:09  
Blogger selana18 said...

I love apples!Really nice capture and your colours are great!
What about a apple-pie? I like it.

03 November, 2006 13:22  
Blogger Kala said...

heyyyy you got a new avitar? I like the boots -very cute! Anyway, so many apples on the ground! I love apples!

04 November, 2006 10:39  
Blogger tr3nta said...

beautifull photo!... realy my kind... love repetition... real nice....

07 November, 2006 16:25  

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