BERRIES BY THE STREAM – Marilyn Armstrong

FALL BERRIES BY THE MANCHAUG DAM


Down along the Manchaug stream we found berries. Yellow and red. Some less red but pinker. I don’t know what they are. Fall berries?

The birds and deer eat them.

I take their pictures.

Does this make these graduation berries?

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

13 thoughts on “BERRIES BY THE STREAM – Marilyn Armstrong”

  1. I’m intruiged by the leaves…. a shrub, bush, tree? The berries themselves look similar to the grains of a pomegranade. But anyway, the animals like them, so all is good. 😉 Very interesting treatment – I think I would like that as a wallpaper – just one corner of one room….

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