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January 25, 2013 § 18 Comments
dowdy winter days.
Tagged: accessories, berries, color, fashion, landscape, macro, portrait, winter
Indeed they do! Beautiful and colourful.
Love those red berries in Winter!
Most of our berries on bushes and vines are gone, eaten by the birds, the deer, and whatever other animals can reach them.
so pretty in an otherwise often dreary time…
I love this!
Nice picture and thoughts, sad that this fruit of Japanese barberry which in many places thru out the US is considered an Invasive species
Love the reds popping out of all the dead wood!
Every season has special moments
Love that word ‘dowdy’ x You have a wonderful way with words x
Your choices promote my reflection…associations. Thank you.
This is wonderful!
Reblogged this on Bradford Art and commented:
A beautiful photographic!
Really like this shot, the vibrancy of the berries is lovely thanks for stopping by my blog and liking x
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