Fortunately this fruit happens to grow nearby my house and was in season when it was on the 365 photoblog calendar.
Some farmers don't harvest the wild cherries - they leave them for literally the birds and the bees - others sell them at the local produce market.
Cherry trees are planted alongside grain fields to attract insects for pollenation.
Over the course of several weeks, I took almost 100 photos of cherries, their blossoms and the trees. I realized it's not so easy to get creative captures.
Thus in today's blog I'd simply like to share with you some impressions of cherries from where I live and I hope you enjoy them.