A few birds here would devourthose berries in record time.Probably in less time than it took me to find your sig...the old eyes aren't what theyuse to be...
Yes, very. I love the color and tone of this one.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
Berry Berry pretty!
Are you trying to BLIND me????? Yes indeed....berry pretty! But....you are making it VERY difficult to find the signature!!!
nicely done. Sybil is about to bust a gasket waiting for sunshine.Love the depth of field in this shot.and the contrast.
Veddy, veddy purty.
Rise hips? They use them for tea here and somewhere I have a photo on my blog, but can't find it!
Finally found my link on rose hips.and ooops, I misspelled 'rose hips' on my last post!
Loverly! As was our Sunday in the city! Wonderful seeing you.
I don't think those are rose hips. More likely they're crabapples or cherries or something like that.
Berry, berry beautiful!
They look like rosehips to me too.Pretty!
Yes, beautiful rose hips Daryl =)
Pretty, but I certainly have no idea what they are. For a city boy, whatever grows on a tree is "fruit". It may be good fruit or poisonous fruit, but unless it's an apple or an orange, all I know is it's fruit :-)
Cool composition. I think they were taken from some youthful girl's necklace and strung on the tree.
Love the colors in your shot. Berries of some sort maybe? By all means use Annie's quote. She would be happy. She had major heart issues and was here for a quick stay but oh she was so insightful and lived every moment of her life to the fullest. Miss her like hell:-(
They look like they're on a tree, so I'm thinking they may not be rose hips.
Berry pretty! Not rose hips, they have different shape and color. Thinking these are from a crabapple by looking at the bark. Good bird food even better picture!
Not sure what these are, but nice colors to decorate the dreary branches. If no critters eat them, they look like they will dry out in the sun.
They are indeed pretty. If you know where this plant is, it should be in bloom with roses now if they are indeed hips. That would answer it. :)
I can't see Rose's hips - there's a wilting cherry tree in the way!
I think they're loverly with that teal sky in the background with the rusty red berries. Taken lately or last fall?V
I never knew roses had hips. I always thought it was just a dietary supplement in capsule form.
Berry pretty indeed!<><
Kinda look like currants to me. But what do I know? Clever camo on the sig though.