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August 08, 2009

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rebekah

beautiful! i love the creepy doll's eyes.

Sonia

I so do love berries as well, specially the edible ones :) I remember picking blackberries last summer in Chessy, with the boys and eating them from the bush, that's a sweet memory.
Even poisenous, berries are so splendid. The pink ones (baneberries) are so pretty indeed.
Thank you so much for sharing your picks, thoughts and memories from your walk in the forest, Little Red Riding Hood. I hope one day I'll be able to walk these with you. (who knows ?)
Enjoy your Sunday wiht your loved ones xoxoxo

Richard

That's a very interesting post and I experienced similar thoughts yesterday. When I was out gathering and wandering I too noticed the plethora of berries and will have to do something with them soon. An idea I had buzzing around my head was to make a star of thorns and then put white berries on the end of each spike, then stack them up so that it looks exactly like your first picture! When I first saw your post I thought that is what you had done. Funny really. Seasons changing all over the world and shared experience.

mary

Shortest winter here in the southern hemisphere it feels like! Everything blooming and springing into life!

Debi Minter

Just lovely. Your photos are always so inspiring.
Huggs!
Debi

Siri

Oh yes, perfect specimens for screenprinting, embroidery, or...?

We have a bright red baneberry around here, but I don't think we have any other colors, or else I might have to be more observant next time I'm out there in the woods.

We have some parasitic/no chlorophyll plants around here, too, but one doesn't often see them either, or at least, I'm not sure where to look for them.

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