Monday, October 12, 2015

Plum Season is Back [Through My Lens Nr. 11]

Plum season is at its high peak right now, and what an opportunity to make plum jam out of them or simply pluck them from the tree and eat them right away. The gardens in our mountain cottage are filled with plum trees and are harvesting them each fall season. So for this weeks Through My Lens I am sharing my favorite images from the plum season. Link up and share your favorite sights taken with your camera.


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42 comments:

  1. What a wonderful bumper crop of plums. Your shouold have enough jam to last you all winter. Gorgeous images Mersad and thanks for hosting.

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  2. Ne bih očekivao da šljive mogu da izgledaju ovako umjetnički. Odlične fotografije. :)

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  3. delicious looking plums. Do you bottle them. What variety are they.
    Enjoy your harvest and thank you for the link up.

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    1. I think these are Damson plums, we don't make that much jam. Only for personal use. The rest gets eaten as is.

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  4. Great captures of some great looking plums.
    A heavy rain took all of ours, this year. It happens.
    Thanks for hosting Through My Lens!

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  5. Sehr schöne Bilder Mersad. Kannst du mir bitte paar Kilo Plaufmen schicken? ;-) :-)
    Liebe Grüße

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  6. Lovely plums! It looks like you have a lot of them :)

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  7. Wonderful!!! :) Thank you for hosting!

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  8. Rich, beautiful and colorful images. I remember long ago, my mother would make and can her own plum butter. Deliciously sweet/tart

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  9. Hi! Nice collection of plum photos. I remembered a novel of Strawberry season by E.P.Caldwell.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Wow, the plums look delicious. Wonderful collection of images! Mersad, thank you for hosting. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

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  11. Oh they look too delicious Mersad, how wonderful to have them growing right there in your garden. Beautiful perspective in these shots.

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  12. Oh they look too delicious Mersad, how wonderful to have them growing right there in your garden. Beautiful perspective in these shots.

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  13. The plums are gorgeous - next year I must make some plum conserve.

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  14. Plums are at the top of my list of fruits i love and these are really beautiuful

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  15. Hello Mersad, wow your photos are so beautiful. I have not seen Plum tree and that is gorgeousness!

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  16. Such beautifully plump plums. The photos cause the mouth to water! Wishing you a grand week!!

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  17. Oh what beautiful fruit trees! I have always felt that purple was a Fall color because of purple asters and mums, and the purple berries of the beautyberry, but these plums cement that in my mind as well. Nothing more beautiful than ripe plums on a Fall day! And how delicious! Gorgeous photos!

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  18. Oh, I do love your beautiful fruit trees, too, and all of your captures are superb as always!! Thank you so much for sharing the beauty!! Ah, yes, my mouth is watering, too!! I do hope you have a great new week, Mersad!!! Enjoy!!

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  19. What plentiful plum trees! I'm looking forward to seeing how you cook with them and preserve them.

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  20. Lovely lovely images ! Have a great week ahead!

    Shantana

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  21. Those plums look delicious!

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  22. Love your photos of the day! Those plums look so delicious. Thank you so much for hosting and have a wonderful week :)

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  23. mmmm.....plums. My daughter lives in a place called Plum Island. It is an island...and the sands are a sort of plum color

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  24. Oh, those plums made me homesick. My grandma's garden was full of plum trees and then of course, in fall, making jam and brandy :) Thanks for the memories your photos evoked!

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  25. What a rich harvest of plums. Jam, brandy, dried fruit, and cakes come to mind when I see them. And of course, eating them fresh, with juice dripping. Enjoy!

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  26. Signs of autumn's arrival for sure, those wonderful plums! Thanks for such a beautiful look at the change of seasons.

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  27. Beautiful!
    Thanks for hosting this meme!
    Have a great day!
    Lea

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  28. Those plums looks delicious!!!

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  29. I have never seen a plum tree and there is so much fruit..I have only made grape jelly.. it is a lot of work, but worth it...Michelle

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  30. I never knew that plums were so pretty on the trees.

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  31. Oh! They're so thick... very lush.

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  32. Indeed, it's time for all sorts of activities in the kitchen around these amazing fruits and, also, lots of vegetables in autumn... Autumn in you pics,for sure, looks great in your yard and through your lens! Greetings!

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  33. I don't think I've ever SEEN plum trees before. So beautiful the purple nestled in amongst the green!

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  34. Those plums look delicious! I love the colour contrasts in your images. Thanks very much for hosting, Mersad.

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  35. Aw, that's quite a lot of plums! I've never seen such abundance before. And your pictures are so fantastic!

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  36. They look good enough to eat! *sorry, a silly Brit saying.... And I don't know how I missed your meme but I found it now and have linked in

    Mollyxxx

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