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Photography of the last days of October and the first week of November 2012

Apple season



Apple on the tree - © Norbert Pousseur

... an apple of the garden, ready to be picked and eaten ...       Photographie Norbert Pousseur

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End of October, many apples have been harvested or are about to be.
For those who have a garden or land planted apple(s) is then stewed apples and other desserts.

For apartment dwellers is the pleasure of choice on the shelves of retailers, supermarkets or markets. With the only brake in this case, at present it is desirable to peel before eating, being one of the most fruits treated with insecticides to those of the current trade. And that's a shame because the skin of the apple gives much of his taste for this fruit.

It is one of fruits which I appreciate a lot, but which regrettably grows more with difficulty in Provence, too dry country, where I live at the moment. On the other hand, in Paris and the surrounding area, where from were made most of these photos, the countryside abounds in it.

What we said in 1690 in the dictionary Furetière :

APPLE.That is: the most famous of all the fruits, which is round & in pip, which comes in summer & autumn, which is good to eat & make cider. There are usually fifteen apples in large fibers, ten of which are distributed throughout the extent of the pulp, and finally join together & hang around the navel or eye of the apple & the other five go online right pedicle or the tail to the eye, where they are & unite with the top ten. These are primarily intended to feed the seed or seed.

There are a very large number of species of apples, the main ones. Pass the apples are the first of the year, there has white & reds. There are also late coming fall. Calville the summer is a kind of pass apple. The green queen or snow cone. The cousinette or small Calleville summer. Apple Rambourg scratched, or Notre Dame. There is also a Rambourg white & red, and is the largest apples. Apple blossom without, which is named apple-fig, because of its strong wood and fig. The Calleville: there are red, white & of. Apple franquetu. The short gray hanged. There is a short red hanged, says musk or apple belin. The chestnut: there are white musk & de. Apple pigeon: there has white & red. Breakfast good, and the big-good. Apple bardin. Fenouillet the gray apple or anise. There is also a white fenouillet. The pear, which is a sort of russet. Apple ice. England, or sickly. The cone, which is white, sweet and hasty, and formed on pine cone at the end of branches. Apple lazarelle coming from Florence. The apple apis: there has big, & small. It has no smell, and is a wild apple, which is found in the forest of Apis. The apple purple. Apple beautiful girl, which is a kind of large short-hung. Apple Fouasse. Apple croquet, which is a species of chestnut. Apple Bondy, who is big, green & red, and very smooth.russet white, russet red, russet is the most excellent apples. russet Green & russet of England, which is a beautiful big apple & white, smooth, and longer than round.

Matthiole said & sour red apples do like because they were grafted on a black mulberry. We made syrups, jams, apple pies apple. Physicians Botanical describe a plant they call love apples, and in Latin mala infana, which grows everywhere like melons. The leaves are almost similar to the fig tree, or large folatrum, rough, hairy & showers. It has a high upper half-bent, branched, round & firm & hairy like crimson leaves. Its flowers are beautiful to see, and are long, white, and radiant as a star, from which a long & fruit as big as a cucumber, crimson color, with a smooth bark & ​​succulent, white flesh, and a seed like pepper from India. Its root is deep, and is divided into several branches. We eat a lot of fruit in Italy this casserole with oil & butter, & with salt & pepper. It causes safe. lust, and causes several diseases. There are other toffee apples, called golden apples, which are plattes & round & shared coasts as melons, some of which are red, and the other gold. Eaten like any other.

There is another plant called apple wonders in Latin balsamina, viticella, momordica. It produces several branches menus that attach to the grass & shrubs they encounter. Its leaves resemble those of the coulevrée, or vines, anything smaller & more chiquetées. Its flower is similar to cucumber, and is yellowish. Its fruit is decreasing on one side & on the other, are almost done as an egg. Her skin is fleshy & octopus, and all covered with sharp bumps. This fruit turns red at the end, and opens easily & is dying being very mature. There is another species that has fake leaves, which emerge from the figure that apples pears, which are hairy, and who in turn yellowish green, which is bursting throw a seed similar to the lenses.

Apple is also said several other fruits that roundness, or some figure approaching. An apple, orange, pomegranate, apple, pine corner, an apple cabbage whose leaves kink round. Poets have also pretended that there were golden apples in the Garden of Hesperides.

Physicians call apple, or knob, the upper part of the cheek that is between the nose & ear below the eye, and that modesty is ashamed. Also known as apple or piece of Adam, part of the cartilage of the larynx, called seutiforme, and advancing out in the neck of man.

Apple is also said of the works of art carved in round or ball in the gardens. One size apple boxwood, rosemary, fileria, and generally all the shrubs. Called in furniture, an apple bed, grate an apple. In parts of the apple is said to turn a cane, apples a table, & c.

Apple is said proverbially & figuratively in these sentences. Known irritant, something contentious that many people want, by referring to that set of jealousy between the three goddesses of antiquity. It is also said, that he hath taken away the apple, which won the prize, or the thing in dispute. It is also said those who do not take their anger, they are soothe like a child with an apple. It is also said that he made a great curse, that he gave himself over Devils, there are apples in Normandy.

Other articles of archives in French version, on apples

  1. The cries of small trades of Paris (1833)
  2. Apple and apple (1839)
  3. Apple in agriculture (1892)
  4. Cider and Martingale Cow (1836)
  5. Cider and Perry (1843)
  6. Trade cider (1723)

Photography of the week 44 of 2012

General presentation   The same in french : La saison des pommes




Apple in the green - © Norbert Pousseur

... stayed very in the shade, pink, but a little bit green apple of humidity...       Photographie Norbert Pousseur

Gouvernes - 1990 - Neg 6x6 - 120a90p069v02 - series Photo of the week


Apple tree to Bussy St Martin - © Norbert Pousseur

... apple tree of countryside of Paris and the surrounding area ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur

Bussy St Martin - 1990 - Neg 6x6 - n120a90p069v07 - series Photo of the week


Apples of Riga - © Norbert Pousseur

... pinkish apple, species of the North of Europe ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur

Riga - 2012 - Num 6 Mpx - dscn0437 - series Photo of the week


Apple on plate  - © Norbert Pousseur

... from the garden, cut in two, just before eating it in full teeth ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur

Vaires sur Marne - 1990 - Neg 6x6 - n120a90p068v13 - series Photo of the week


Disease of apple - © Norbert Pousseur

... apple affected by brown rot ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur

Gouvernes - 1990 - Neg 6x6 - n120a90p069v03 - series Photo of the week


Apple eaten by a wasp - © Norbert Pousseur

... in autumn, wasps are also hungry of apple ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur

Vaires sur Marne - 1996 - Num 6 Mpx - n120a96p004v12 - series Photo of the week


Panorama of apples  - © Norbert Pousseur

... apples above, below, by pairs ...      Photographie Norbert Pousseur

Provence - 2012 - Num 40 Mpx - pom02b - series Photo of the week






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