03 March 2010

Wordless Wednesday 68

Dreaming of Summer

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Beth @ 990 Square 3/10/10, 5:48 AM  

I'm so ready to make those raspberries into a crisp! Bring on the Spring!

Auntie E 3/10/10, 5:49 AM  

Lovely looking berry. Yes I also waiting for summer.
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Robin from Israel 3/10/10, 5:50 AM  


PS Re the post above - symbolism is what turned me off to literature for years as well. I had an 11th grade English teacher who was a frustrated professor wannabe who lost his thesis when his house burned down and he took all those frustrations out on his students. To this day I still cringe when I remember the hero cycle and the "light and dark sides of man", and I still can't bear to watch King Kong after the way we dissected the film.

caite 3/10/10, 5:51 AM  

Now I know they are not out in PA. now.
Gosh, they are interesting when you look at them close. I still have a few ziplock bags of their cousins, blackberries, in the freezer from last summers harvest.

Melody 3/10/10, 5:51 AM  

Wow, this is beautiful! Love the colours!!

Susan Adcox 3/10/10, 5:52 AM  

Marvelous close-up with incredible detail.

Michelle 3/10/10, 5:53 AM  

Great photo once again.

Michelle 3/10/10, 5:53 AM  

Great photo once again.

JaPRA 3/10/10, 5:54 AM  

Oh, such a lovely berry. Now I'm dreaming of summer too :-)

Andi 3/10/10, 5:54 AM  

Ooh, so pretty!

kate 3/10/10, 5:55 AM  

Oh.... you've captured my heart. I am the biggest fan of gobbling raspberries and I love growing them in the garden, too. Such a sweet sign of summer. Cool the way you zoomed in on their little druplets. Happy Wordless Wednesday!

Snowcatcher 3/10/10, 5:56 AM  

Oh, yum!!! Lovely photo, too! Makes me long for spring in the worst way!

Carver 3/10/10, 5:56 AM  

What a wonderful shot of things to come in warmer weather.

TexasRed 3/10/10, 5:57 AM  

Me too! Keep waiting for gardening season to start!

Stan 3/10/10, 5:58 AM  

Now you've got me feeling really bad. We're getting another snow storm right now. That El Nino is kicking butt around here.

Dorte H 3/10/10, 5:58 AM  

Oh, the thought of spring and summer ...!

Carol,  3/10/10, 5:59 AM  

Gorgeous. I can't wait for summer!

Belle 3/10/10, 6:00 AM  

That looks so delicious. And a perfect title.

Alice Teh 3/10/10, 6:00 AM  

I love berries! Love the color of this one.

Julie 3/10/10, 6:07 AM  

Me too! My husband is heading up your way tomorrow and Friday for a conference. We just checked the weather and you guys are a lot colder than we are right now!

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