Big Macs

Uploaded: April 30, 2013


The McIntosh apple is reputed to have been discovered by John McIntosh on his farm in Ontario, Canada in 1796. He cultivated the seedlings and the last surviving descendant died on July 25, 2011. Pretty remarkable.


Robert R. Goodman level-addict April 30, 2013

Hi Dave,Absolutely beautiful my friend.Haven't had a McIntosh apple in years!! #1526344

Don Christiana April 30, 2013

Stunning capture Dave. Your still life image is so creative. Beautiful detail, dept, and color. A winning combination. #10677196

Terry Cervi level-classic May 01, 2013

This is just beautiful, Monte! Your composition, color and details are outstanding! #10678583

Leslie McLain level-deluxe May 02, 2013

Beautiful still life and colors,Dave. #10679666

Marcel J. Fernandez May 03, 2013

Beautiful color, comp, and light. #10680582

Stephen Zacker May 03, 2013

Beautiful.. I can imagine you with a huge 8 x 10 view camera spending an hour on this LOL! #10680596

Lindley Johnson level-classic May 03, 2013

A wonderful still life, Dave - excellent setup, color, and textures. #10680695

Claudia Kuhn level-classic May 03, 2013

Terrific still life Dave, the colors and lighting are wonderful. #10680837

Tammy M. Anderson level-deluxe May 03, 2013

Outstanding still life, Dave. A winner. #10680947

David Phalen May 03, 2013

Beautiful still life with excellent light, setup and colors!! #10680951

Rony Sagy May 03, 2013

SO amazingly beautiful. #10681071

Robert K. Bemus level-classic May 03, 2013

Makes me want an apple and I don't like apples...beautiful still life, Dave. #10681161

Jill Odice level-classic May 05, 2013

My favorite kind of apples! No other apple is quite as crunchy and tasty :-) Love the image! #10683365


You are the master of these set ups this. Interesting history too.

jo ann c. #10689666

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