Cameron Highlands Tea Plantation, Malaysia

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Wild Blueberries from Turkey

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Wordless Wednesday

43 comments:

  1. wow, beautiful color. Have a lovely Wednesday!

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  2. lovely color...and great pie makings!

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  3. Strong focus and love that vivid colors of the fruits.

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  4. WOW! That's an amazing shot. Such depths in the blue berries!

    Happy WW! Would love for you to stop by! http://goobergrapemonkeyman.blogspot.com/2010/12/wordless-wednesday-wlinky-is-there.html

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  5. I also like blueberries. Thanks for a wonderful picture.

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  6. Are they edible blue berries? I've never really seen them growing anywhere, so don't know wht a blueberry bush lks like but they are a favorite of mine Yum Happy WW

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  7. Fantastic photo of yummmy blueberries. I enjoy any fruit from the berry family Yum!.

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  8. wow...the color is amazing in this capture!

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  9. such a beautiful photo! it makes me feel warm ;) since I am buried in snow, the colors give me hope for next spring!
    ~Faythe @ GMT~

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  10. Great shot love the blueberries colour

    Happy WW! and thank you for linking up :-)

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  11. Love the colour contrasts in this shot. Happy WW

    Laura

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  12. This must be different from the ones we eat. Did you try eating them?

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  13. Very nice shot up close but guess what? :D

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  14. ... I am allergic to blueberry ha ha! If I eat them, I'll break out in rashes! :(

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  15. Itchy red rashes all over.. no fun I tell you! ;)

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  16. I know how good those Wild Blueberries are going to taste...delicious. Perfectly captured picture.

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  17. Oh I miss wild blueberries like that! We used to pick them in Poland. The ones here in the US are so weird and white inside :)

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  18. I'll never forget picking and eating wild blueberries in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.

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  19. Thanks for dropping by everyone. Happy WW!

    I love blueberries too but it's hard to tell if these berries are edible. as far as I know, there are many types of wild berries, some are edible and some of these can be poisonous if eaten.

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  20. Good to see the blueberry plant itself. I love eating blueberries too.

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  21. OOOh i just love blueberries! And now seeing them growing in the wild, delightful!

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  22. I am not allergic and these look delicious!!

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  23. You always have the best pictures...hope you have a great day!!
    Jackie:D

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  24. Hi LR!

    I see blueberries around the neighborhood but not sure if that's edible or what. I wouldn't want to try just to check! lol

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  25. wow! are these edible! i had never seen the real thing up close, still hanging nicely on its plant.

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