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Monday, September 28, 2009

MACRO MONDAY


Wild Grapes
These grapes are growing wild on our rail fence.

12 comments:

  1. Great looking grapes. Yummy. Great photo.

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  2. We're eating the last of the scuppernong grapes here. My mother always made grape juice and gave it to people who had an illness, so I grew up believing that grape juice had medicinal properties. Research indicates it may well have.

    Nell Jean -- Seedscatterer

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  3. Wow, you have delicious looking wild grapes! The only grapes I get are from the groceries stalls.

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  4. I found your blog through Blotanical - Hope we'll see you there a lot.

    Lovely photos - those grapes look as if you could reach out and touch them.

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  5. Those look wonderful! I have a friend with a grapevine on her balcony so I know they can grow in our zone, but I haven't tried them myself yet. Nice photo!

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  6. These grapes and the horse eye... I like your blog already! Welcome to Blotanical!

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  7. Those grapes are making my mouth water.....

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  8. Mouth watering grapes. And these wild ones are different from other we grow here. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. You have a wonderful photographer's eye, great images. Welcome to Blotanical, glad I found your blog, I'll be back!
    Scott

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  10. Such a striking photograph Jackie...simple, lovely! Perhaps it is time to bake up a grape pie to go along with that cup of tea?

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  11. Thank you to all who stopped by and took the time to leave a comment. I appreciate each and every one.
    Scott: I'm sure it is only luck...my motto...if you take enough photos you're bound to get a few right.
    I'm glad the photo made some of you crave grapes...but methinks you would do better to go to the supermarket...these look better than they taste...can ya say "pucker up"?
    hahaha
    Have a great day everyone!
    Jackie

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  12. love this shot..at first I thought it was a plum..same color as the Italian ones I love!~

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