Growing in the hedgerow of Hadlow Farm are apple trees heavy with ripening fruit. Today, in early August, the apples are still tight woody knots of pale green. Only a few fruits on the outer branches, exposed to the sun all day long, are beginning to blush and soften.
- Nancy Boudreau
5 3/4" x 5 1/4" acrylic painting on matte board
signed, dated and comments on the back