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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Black raspberries in the forest

Ripening blackberries

Black raspberry bushes in the forest are starting to come into ripened fruiting bodies. I think they will make a nice addition to my breakfast tomorrow. Of course, these are kind of a mixed blessing, since there is little doubt that the bushes are making their presence known throughout the forest, being dispersed by birds. Every year, the brambles continue to find their way into other nooks and crannies of the forest, waiting for an opening in the canopy.

Still, they sure are tasty! :)

Blackberries for breakfast

COMMENT: Originally, I thought that these were blackberries. I have been told that these are black raspberries -- native to the region.

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