Red Blueberry Foliage

I did not shoot this picture today. Nor did I shoot the deputy. This is a patch of low bush wild blueberry bushes in the north field from last week during a brief moment of sunshine. We’ve now had ten days of rain, mind you I am not complaining after the dry summer, but it is starting to drag on. Thirty more days and it will float my boat. Interestingly, despite the dryness of the summer we still got great berry crops. I guess it rained enough plus we’re on the eastern and northern slopes of the mountain where it stays a bit wetter. I actually picked more blueberries the day I took this photo – in October!

Night 41째F, Day 48째F, Rain 0.75″

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2 Responses to Red Blueberry Foliage

  1. Jay says:

    This is gorgeous enough to tide you over through the rain.

  2. pablo says:

    blueberries – one of the pinnacles of evolution in my opinion. I wish I were there. And I wish some of that rain that is innundating you guys would find its way to my little corner of Missouri.

    Nice post. That’s why I keep coming back.

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