Crab Apple tree blossoms offer both beauty and a sweet fragance. The blossoms draw butterflies and bees in the spring and the fruit are eaten by birds in the late fall. Flocks of Bohemien Waxwings often feast on the crab apples during their early spring migration. Crows and Ravens can be seen eating larger crab apples whole.
Canon EOS 40D, f/20 @ 85 mm, 1/40, ISO 400, No Flash