Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Wow!!! That's an unusual photo! Brilliant! Thanks for your visit!
Very unusual. I never knew sumac looked so pretty up close.
Awesome shot, EG!
You captured such amazing detail. Beautiful colors.Darla
A very nice and unique shot!:-)
That's a fantastic shot of (to me) unknown berries!! Happy Monday"
This is something I have never seen before - so beautiful and with lovely colours - awesome shot!
beautiful. i waved to you the other day as we drove up the 400 to haliburton!! confirmed now that a tornado did touch down on our island. thirty beautiful huge trees down.
It is new things to see a soon you can get close, like it MB
Ohhhhh WOWOW!! That is perfection!! Beautiful shot!!!Sarah
OMG!!! I never thought of doing a closeup of the sumac. Outstanding---I had no idea they could be so beautiful.The seed pos of the rose of sharon I had never heard of either. On a forum I belong too some one was wondering why anyone would want a RS because of them. In my book it says some singles develope them and they cause suckers to grow everywhere so I mentioned it only because i wanted everyone to know I didn't have that kind. Does that make sense? MB
That should be seed pods.....duh! MB
Great shot! The colors are wonderful and the detail is stunning!
Oh! Wow! I wouldn't have thought these were berries! I imagine they aren't edible of infusable (does that word exist?)! It's a gorgeous plant, the colours are so vivid!
That looks like a space ship with one million aliens aboard.Way cool :D
Gorgeous picture, EG.. Love the colors.Hugs,Betsy
Fantastic.Two new posts at 'I C U Nature'Eryngos and Argiopes. Green Tree Frogs. Come visit and tell us what you think,Troy & Martha.
Wow, the berries look great! Beautiful colours, too! Thanks for sharing!
great shot!... especially love the color :)
I've never heard of them either, but you've captured such great detail with this shot!
That is a gorgeous macro! It seems to me that sumac is non-edible, right?Super colors!
Jacob,You can soak the berries, strain out the fuzz, add a tiny bit of sugar...and it tastes like lemonade.I've also used the juice with elderberries to make the yummiest jelly.
Looks so beautiful, even yummy!Just kidding but I think it's awesome!Léia
Great shot and so sharp. I will look at it differently from now on.
Wow, that makes a perfect colorful pattern. I would love to taste the berries. Never heard of them.
Love the texture!!
Ooooohhhhhh!!!!!I love it! I have never looked at them so closely before!
When I see the word Sumac I think of poison Sumac not gorgeous berries bursting with color..... stunning EG!
Wonderful! Soft and colorful and little lines everywhere! Woo-hoo!
My goodness EG, this is spectacular! My first thought was strawberries. LOLB.
Sumac berries? I don't know if I've ever seen such a thing before! Lovely, colorful shot!
Wow..that is a very unusual picture, have never seen it before here. tks for sharing.
Wow, now there is something I have never seen before.
Never heard of such berries before but you sure photographed them so well, simply superb macro.
Very unusual looking berries that I've not seen before. A lovely capture in macro :) The colors are beautiful!
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