Sunday, January 3, 2010

Highbush Cranberries/ Macro Monday

Highbush cranberries, frozen and refrozen meals for local birds

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19 comments:

Patti said...

Do the birds eat them frozen? Or maybe they can microwave the berries a bit to make them more palatable. ;-)

Just feeling silly this morning!

Shammickite said...

The Chinese manufacture things smaller and smaller these days so I see no reason why there shouldn't be a tiny microwave that will fit in a birds nest especially for defrosting frozen cranberries.....

Small City Scenes said...

aren't they so beautiful. I have a Highbush Cranberry that i am going to plant down by the pond. I think it will do good there.
As always your shot is excellent. MB

Jarart said...

Beautiful! They look like they are dripping with sugar. Lucky birds.

Becky and Gary said...

What a gorgeous color for MM.
Have a happy day EG.
B.

kaye said...

oh they're beautiful--Christmas in January!

Jama said...

They look so fresh, ready to be eaten!

Müge Tekil said...

Well, they look very delicious to me, lucky birds! :-))

p.s. My entry is at http://www.makrofotografi.com

Regina said...

Succulent looking.
Great shot.

Regards.

Gena D said...

Gorgeous crannberries!!! Gena @ thinking aloud
Blog: http://tobethinkingaloud.blogspot.com/

Kerri said...

Lovely! They look like they are covered in a coating of ice :)

Jay said...

So that's how they grow! I imagined them to be on much lower growing, ground hugging plants, for some reason!

Nice spot of colour, too. :)

Manang Kim said...

That is very pretty take. Thanks for sharing.



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Paulie said...

WOW! That could have been used for your Ruby Tuesday also! Beautiful close up -- almost seemed real instead of a photo!

moorebloglife said...

So very red, very lovely I'll bet the birds think so as well! Have a wonderful MM!

awarewriter said...

The berries look luscious. A feast for the birds photographed to perfection.

Tricia said...

red berries are always nice & pretty to see. I like decorating w/ red berries at Christmastime.

Colleen said...

Those are gorgeous. Great shot!

CameoRoze (Margaret) said...

Well, I've learned my new thing for the day. I didn't realize cranberries grew in clusters.

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