Saturday, May 12, 2007

THE YUM TO COME



The Blackberries are blossoming by my son's home and the prospect of juicy, sweet berries has set my mouth to watering.
By summer we will all have purple mouths and fruit for our cereal.
Yummy anticipation.

Don't forget to click on the picture to enlarge it.
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26 comments:

kairospix said...

wonderful capture!

Kate said...

What a wonderful treat! Lucky you!!

Clare said...

Hi! We have many blackberry bushes down our lane and come September we will fill lots of baskets with blackberries. I can't wait to make apple and blackberry crumble again! Clare x

Moi said...

Home grown berries...wow!!! :)

Anna said...

Great shot Sue....I love berries and London has wonderful raspberries. :)

The Outback Shack said...

Hi, was just wondering if I could set up that enlarging photo thingy on my blog? Your photos look great.

The Outback Shack said...

Hi again, Thanks for the info. At the top of my blog on RHS is my stumble upon. If you go to it you can see all the web pages I have tagged. There are photos taken by all different photographers from all around the world. I will definitely read your archival blogs - might get some pointers! I just realised I mispelt dryer. Can't believe I did that! Thanks again.

Leena said...

I want to congratulate you for sake of selling the house, buying the new home and Mother`s day.
I can understand your contentment after all. Now you can relax and get some rest before moving.
And take your beautiful photos!

Jeff said...

I bought some blackberries today...and will be eating them tomorrow. Yumm.

Good detail in your photo, with fine DoF setting off the blossom.

Zsolt said...

very nice flowers on your blog nowdays:) Matches with my mood in this nice weather

martineb said...

Very beautiful image!Nice work!

JAM said...

I love these blooms, they look like wrinkled cotton! Mmmm. Berries. I'm thinking cobbler.

Annie said...

That's a forward-looking photo for sure. I love those ripe full berries in my mouth, with a little cream, thank you.

Happy Mother's Day, Sue.

Ex-Shammickite said...

.... and don't forget blackberry jam... and blackberry and apple pie... and blackberry crumble.... shlurp! Oh excuse me, I seem to be dribbling....

Bill said...

Great title :) Can't wait to see the final product.

Dsole said...

it's amazing that you have such very beautiful flowers in your garden (or in your son's one!) And it's great that you shared it with us!

Still said...

I like blackberries.. Fine image well titled!

kris said...

beautiful photo!
frankly, i dont know what the fruits are until reading this *blush* so glad i learn something today!

Piika said...

yummy fresh blackberries.... mmmm... a blackberry pie......

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

"Yum" is right! :)

Dan said...

yum is right!

Nathalie said...

What a great flower picture, and my mouth waters with yours!

Congratulations on the sale of the house, this is wonderful news, especially since it all falls into place nicely with the purchase of the new place. I am so happy for you that things are working out the way you wanted !
Looking forward to June 20th!

Laurie said...

This photo reminds me of all the wonderful goodies that came from my grandmothers garden for so many years when I was a child. Wonderful!

Joan González said...

UMMMMMMMMMMMMMM... SNIFFFFFFFF...

GUAUUUUUUUUU... BELLO !

joan

MUACC..

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

My favourite

The latin name for them is Rubis Fruiticosis
We have no wild blackberries here so we have planted some in our garden

lilymarlene said...

Beautiful....they are more beautiful enlarged.