White

These white autumn berries have always intrigued me, though I am unsure as to why. This week they took on a new fascination, laden with the season's first snow.

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5 comments:

Fred Miller said...

Mm. Feels good on the eyes.

Maria Alva Roff said...

soothing, isn't it?

Steve said...

Hmm...Don`t recognize the berries, are they something that we might have in the states also?

Maria Alva Roff said...

Steve, I looked them up. They are Symphoricarpus alba, or Snowberries : )

Steve said...

Thanks for the reply. Snowberries are indeed native to the US. We have the red variety growing along the road here, I just never new what they were!