This is a part of a collaboration with Melissa D. Johnston, known to me as “Mom”. Here’s her piece, and I hope you enjoy both of our works! Photo credit by me. *\(^o^)/*
This weekend, my family (which obviously includes me) went to an apple farm in North Georgia to do just what you would expect- pick apples. While we were going around scouring the trees for the last remnants of what was left of this year’s harvest, I decided to get my trusty 0.7 Megapixel iPod Touch camera out and take some pictures. Naturally, on the way back, my hand shifted over to the photo editing app on it, and I started playing with the photo. From there, voila.
The name “Un Rêve du Natsu no Ringo” is a mashup of French and Japanese (Frapanese? Jench?). “Rêve” translates into “Dream” from French. “Natsu” and “Ringo” translate into “Summer” and “Apple(s)” from Japanese, respectively. Completely translated, the title would mean “A Dream of Summer Apples.”
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