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Mouth-Watering Autumn Fruit Photos

Mouth-Watering Autumn Fruit Photos
The days are growing shorter and the leaves are starting to change their color.  It is time for the fall fruit to ripen.  Around Southeastern Idaho, there are some favorites of seasonal fruit which are reaching their peak flavor right about now.  These include apples, pears, and plums.  The trees are full of these kinds of fruits and they are ready to be enjoyed by the first hungry to get a hold of them.

Photographing the Autumn fruits, both on and off the tree, has been a popular staple in outdoor photography along with the color-changing leaves.  They are what is new and interesting for this time of year and they are also available only for a short period of time.  When the tiny window of time is open, any photographer must grab his or her camera and start shooting or the opportunity is lost for another year.

This is what I decided to do this year.  I missed my opening for the raspberries this year so I did not want to lose out on some of the other fruit photo opportunities found locally.  There is a huge and old pear tree in the backyard and the neighbors have some very old apple trees which are growing over the fence.  I decided to check out what I could find for my portfolio and I was not disappointed either.

Professional quality nature photograph of a pair of pears on a tree in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho by Cramer Imaging

The pear tree is loaded with pears every year so I figured that I might find something good there.  The problem was with the apple trees.  If all the spring blossoms are allowed to reach full maturity with fruit one year, there will be very few apples to be had the next year.  I don't pretend to understand why it works this way but I have seen a few cycles of this every couple of years so I can predict it.

The problem was that this is an off year for the apple trees.  I was not seeing many apples at all and it was getting disheartening to me.  Very fortunately, I spotted this particular apple high up on a branch.  The wind was calm and the light was beautiful.

Cramer Imaging's professional quality nature and fruit photograph of a red apple on an apple tree in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho

The plum trees were also having an off year and there wasn't really much of anything worth shooting this year.  It is disappointing but it just means that I will have something to look forward to shooting next Idaho Autumn.