Apple blossoms from earlier this "spring". They smell wonderful, too.
Taken this morning: fruit is set, and even a few with some color.
To keep this in perspective, they are still walnut sized, just perfect little apples. (and if you know what disease is attacking the leaves, let me know. I'll be taking a sample to the nursery soon.)
Here in California, apples blossom in the late winter. The fruits were set pretty much mid-March, and we will start harvesting in June. They are mostly gone mid-July, although there are still a few into August.
I think it's really cool that they start out being perfectly shaped apples, they just need to mature into their full potential: an illustration of all life.