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My Lovely Peach

 
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I'm just happy to show these lovely fruits from my Peach tree in my backyard.
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Very nice looking peaches!
 
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Beautiful! And so far along!
 
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Very nice, ours are about 1 cm / half an inch "big" at the moment
 
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