Daily Prompt: Placebo Effect

WordPress’ Daily Prompts have become a favorite way to share my photography. Today’s prompt challenges all to, in some way, present HEALTH. Well, you know what they say about an apple a day.

The photo posted below was taken in my kitchen after my wife and son went on a very successful apple pick.

Please, help yourself.

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photo by S. Thomas Summers
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