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Tuesday, July 6, 2021

"Apple" - Postcard

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This week's
Three Muses  challenge theme was "Apple."

I originally thought the man was carrying a basket of apples, but they might actually be tomatoes. However, the border on the right has an apple in it. This is also more of a Fall Harvest theme, which is early to be showing, as it is still just the beginning of Summer here.

I created this using GIMP 2.10.24.

The vintage images are from an Internet search. (See the side of my blog for links.)

14 comments:

Stewart M said...

Apples or tomatoes - no need to get constant upgrades!

Hope all is well - Stewart M - Melbourne

CJ Kennedy said...

Love it, other than the reference to Fall. This looks like one of those old-fashioned fruit/vegetable labels.

Tom said...

...I'm looking forward to harvest time.

peggy gatto said...

Great card!!!!

R's Rue said...

You are always so creative. I love the apples. Makes me want to have one right now. Happy Tuesday. Hope all is well.
www.rsrue.blogspot.com

Mary said...

This is a lovely postcard! I like the harvest theme. I am not sure but I think the first local apples in our area come in the end of August.

sirkkis said...

Delicious and beautiful art piece of apples 👍🍎

Deann said...

Beautiful card Anne I like your vintage pictures.

Taluula said...

Apples or tomatoes it doesn't matter. This is a lovely piece of art either way. Bravo, Anne.

Michele said...

a sweet harvest scene! xo

Gillena Cox said...

Luv your vintage approach.

MINE

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much love...

Mary M. said...

This is lovely. I love vintage cards.

Iris Flavia said...

It´s too early for Autumn, but this is a very clever one with the tomato in it!

David M. Gascoigne, said...

Either way, it's nice red juicy fruit!