Silent Sunday – Blackberry

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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47 Responses to Silent Sunday – Blackberry

  1. Anne says:

    This is a lovely picture, Eliza.

  2. I love that autumn is so reluctant to leave this year…

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  4. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Wonderful – love the colours.

  5. Autumn memories in a sliver of sunlight…

  6. Alice says:

    Another beautiful capture…the blackberries must have been scrumptious.

  7. shoreacres says:

    Around here, we’ll take our color where we can find it, and this is a lovely bit of autumn color.

  8. Love how the leaves turn with the changing of the season.

  9. ghsmith76 says:

    Autumn is so important for our Life Cycles

  10. Kris P says:

    Fall foliage color may be fleeting but there’s no denying its beauty!

  11. Debbie says:

    You still have Fall color, Eliza? How thankful you must be! Around here, things are pretty drab, but when the snows arrive, they’ll purify the brown tones.

  12. Dale says:

    Simple, beautiful image.

  13. Tina says:

    Beautiful autumn color–and blackberries to look forward to in summer!

  14. Cathy says:

    Pretty colours Eliza. It’s nice to think back to the berry season and to look forward to the next season too!

  15. Red and gray make a good combination.

  16. Kymber Hawke says:

    That is really beautiful.

  17. Still some color out there. Nice shot, Eliza!
    At one time I lived in an old farmhouse on Southeast Street in Amherst. It had a nice big greenhouse where I could keep my, at that time, large cactus collection. But even better was the huge blackberry thicket behind the greenhouse. It was thick with branches from the bushes, think Brer Rabbits hiding spot, but all the blood I shed picking the huge berries was worth it when we made jam and jellies from them. Best stuff on earth. 🙂

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