Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
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!
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.....
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
Beautiful! They look like they are dripping with sugar. Lucky birds.
What a gorgeous color for MM.Have a happy day EG.B.
oh they're beautiful--Christmas in January!
They look so fresh, ready to be eaten!
Well, they look very delicious to me, lucky birds! :-))p.s. My entry is at http://www.makrofotografi.com
Succulent looking.Great shot.Regards.
Gorgeous crannberries!!! Gena @ thinking aloudBlog: http://tobethinkingaloud.blogspot.com/
Lovely! They look like they are covered in a coating of ice :)
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. :)
That is very pretty take. Thanks for sharing.MacroMonday:An Angel
WOW! That could have been used for your Ruby Tuesday also! Beautiful close up -- almost seemed real instead of a photo!
So very red, very lovely I'll bet the birds think so as well! Have a wonderful MM!
The berries look luscious. A feast for the birds photographed to perfection.
red berries are always nice & pretty to see. I like decorating w/ red berries at Christmastime.
Those are gorgeous. Great shot!
Well, I've learned my new thing for the day. I didn't realize cranberries grew in clusters.Lovin' Macro Mondays,Cameo @-->-->---
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