Friday, September 24, 2010

Bountiful White Berries


I saw these white berries along the cut off at my son's soccer field! They were so white and beautiful. It looked to me as if they were a favorite fruit for some kinds of critters. Though while I was there, I see none!


Along this soccer field there were so many things to discover, but you wouldn't see them if you were not close enough or looked for them. On busy days, I walked by and thought of this area as a jungle, but on days that I slowed down, I saw these deliciously looking white berries.


These berries looked so much like white apples, but I'm sure they were meant for critters, and not human. When you take time to look for beautiful things in our world, you will see them everywhere.

Linking this post to A Few of My Favorite Things, and Finding Beauty Friday!


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21 comments:

  1. I love the idea that the little "critters" have something so pretty to nibble on.
    Happy FFB
    Love Claudie from Canada
    xoxox

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  2. These were really beautiful. Being on the southern west coast I don't think I have ever seen them.

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  3. Hi Icy, I think these might be Doll's Eyes. You are so right - if we can slow down to really see there is a lot to discover!

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  4. your last words are so true Icy...

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  5. They aren't gooseberries, are they? I haven't had them since I was little. They were wonderful!

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  6. They are so pretty on those red stems, great shots Icy. They do look good but probably best not to taste them.

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  7. wow, very striking and beautiful Icy, never seen this kind I guess, I only see orange, red, black and blue here so far. you are so true, if we pay attention to beauty, they are everywhere!

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  8. The white berries are beautiful, especially with those brigh cherry stems. Thanks for sharing this little bit of nature. Beautiful! ~ Sarah

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  9. I have never seen anything like them, Icy, but I imagine there is nothing that escapes your photographic eye! They really are pretty!

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  10. I took the apples, and berries are not edible

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  11. They're bush dogwood berries and the berries are toxic (to people anyways).

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  12. These are so sweet looking and I've seen them around but do not know what they are. You've captured them so beautifully.

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  13. We can't eat them but the birds love them. They're lovely.

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  14. I have never seen white berries like those. So very beautiful.

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  15. You have a good eye and routinely capture the best shots. Great job.
    Rosemary

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  16. Love them! I'm sure they have a name but every time I see them while hiking I wonder what they're called. Nice captures!

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  17. You must have painted these berries Icy! LOL. They look delicious, but I think they are not edible. Beautiful things...I wish they stay that way.

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  18. they do look yummy to me... but i won't dare try them because i have not seen any of those in our local groceries.

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  19. white berries? Oh this is a rare encounter!

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