Cherries

Our neighbour had two cherry trees. One was reserved for us, the local children, the second one was reserved for them and was not for us. There was no need of course, because 'our' cherry tree was greater than theirs.
Each year we eagerly waited for the sign, when the cherries were ripe, so that we could climb and eat as much as we wanted.

Climbing on a very high cherry tree was the first adventure and a challenge, the second one was to eat as much as we've wanted. Our bellies have become true kegs! :)

Now we're adults and we don't do it anymore. I asked myself several times if I dare to climb a tree. I make a big fuss and make a whole ceremony to prepare a ladder, checking 10- times if it is safe to climb, etc., etc.. I'm sorry that I don't climb on trees anymore. I still remember the feeling of freedom when I was dangling from the highest branches...


However, the cherry-colored adventure with Dom in Stil team a few days ago was also fun! Even if rain surprised us in the middle of photoshooting.... Water was running behind our necks, into our shoes, on our cameras,... Umbrellas were travelling from hand to hand ... Have you ever tried to take pictures while you had an umbrella in one hand and a camera in the other??
We were good for a Candid Camera for sure! But, hey, we were creative, so that's not that bad, right?!



You'll find the cherry story and more pictures here:
Don't you just love those red-white-dotty combinations?!

Oh, well, I shouldn't talk too much about it - now my mouth waters at these thoughts... Yours?