Pokeberries after frost by randystreat

Pokeberries after frost

A great close up Like the textures made by the frost.
November 15th, 2019  
Nice close-up. I'm surprised the birds didn't get them before the frost!
November 16th, 2019  
Love their pruney appearance. They are so fat and juicy looking on summer.
November 16th, 2019  
Pretty dof!
November 16th, 2019  
Nice capture Kathy. Lovely DOF and I like the curve of the branch.
November 16th, 2019  
Great shot
November 16th, 2019  
Very nicely done, super range of textures.
November 16th, 2019  
We have those, but I wasn't sure what they are called. All our berries have fallen off...which, I guess, means they have seeded the ground for more next year! :- )
November 16th, 2019  
Nice dof and focus
November 16th, 2019  
Nice blurred background.
November 16th, 2019  
DoF is great and the pokeberries (never heard of them, but Wikipedia was my friend) looks lovely sad
November 16th, 2019  
nice and simple
November 16th, 2019  
Good use of restricted DoF...
November 16th, 2019  
@pyrrhula Thank you Ferry.
@olivetreeann I think they like the nearby seeds better.
@mzzhope They were healthy before the cold weather came. @kwind Thank you Kim.
@jamibann Thank you Issi.
@bkbinthecity Thank you Brian.
@s4sayer Thanks Margo
@thewatersphotos They really are pretty and the birds do seem to like them, as evidenced by the purple poop.
@craftymeg Thank you Margaret.
@tunia Thanks Tunia
@hajeka Thank you Henk-Jan. I'm not sure that they are edible by people but the birds like them.
@overalvandaan Thanks Saxa.
@vignouse Thank you Richard.
November 16th, 2019  
Great focus and dof
November 17th, 2019  
Great pov and dof.
November 17th, 2019  
I've never heard of a poke berry, but it looks like they should be good for you!
November 17th, 2019  
Shame you can see the cold got hold of them.
November 17th, 2019  
@tosee @haskar @sdutoit Thank you Tom and Haskar.
@pusspup You made me curious. This is from the US Forest Service "The berries are especially poisonous. Young leaves and stems when properly cooked are edible and provide a good source of protein, fat and carbohydrate. Regional names for the plant include poke, poke sallet, poke salad, and pokeberry."
@sdutoit These are weeds, so I'm not sorry that they were nipped. Thank you for your views and comments.
November 17th, 2019  
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