Posted Date: September 17, 2007September 17, 2007author:LDCategories:Mostly a pictureIn the old orchard A kid-sized haywagon, some forgotten apple trees brimming with fruit, and thou. (Fruit stains at mouth: from wild blackberries, picked before the apple. Direction of gaze: the next apple, custom-plucked by Auntie Liz.) Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postWeekend bonus shot, 09.15.07Next PostNext postA.P.B.: Today show to cover NJ school district family diversity film ban In a similar vein: Posted Date: August 2, 2008Weekend bonus shot, 08.02.08 Posted Date: May 20, 2008May 20, 200812th of 20 Posted Date: April 26, 2013April 27, 2013Face as canvas 3 thoughts on “In the old orchard” That is some kinda “Snow White” looking apple! And that face has a serious “are you sure this apple is safe for me to eat?” look… Log in to Reply Yeah, and well she should have that look. A good half the way through, we found that someone had been there before her! Ah, nature! Log in to Reply Either the theatrical upbringing has inspired the monkey to perform a scene from Oliver Twist or you guys are doing something very scary that can’t be seen in this frame. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.