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Natures Harvest

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Saturday July 6, 2013

Ypsilanti, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Wild Black Raspberries, what a treat!

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6. gusbuster
3:19 AM GMT on July 09, 2013
mmmmmmmm looks talicious. Almost time for Kern River and the wild ones that grow alongside the road-yup roadtrip
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5. gardner48197
2:06 AM GMT on July 09, 2013
Thank you all, so very much, for the visit!!! They are wonderful, not quite as sweet as the tradition red variety, but heaven when you make a Berry Crumble and top it off with some Ice Cream =) Nole: the red ones in the photo aren't ripe yet, they will also get black...
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4. gatorgal
1:50 AM GMT on July 09, 2013
I have eaten plenty of the red while living in New England, but never had a chance to try the black. They look stunning and delicious!!
How is the flavor?
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3. pbcbb
1:45 AM GMT on July 09, 2013
Beautiful. On ice cream, yum yum!!
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2. trailhiker44
6:30 PM GMT on July 08, 2013
Deliciously beautiful !
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1. NoleDawg
4:37 PM GMT on July 08, 2013
Mighty tasty, I'll bet. Nicely captured. Are the red ones also called black?
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7/2014: Greetings from Michigan, where we get quite a wide variety of weather changes throughout the four seasons! Originally I found this site, for the weather, and the photos kept drawing my interest! Decided to get my first digital camera in 2010, and have since upgraded to a Nikon P530. Truly an amazing, eye-opening hobby! This is a great community, so many excellent photographers and friends, so little time! I do read and appreciate every comment and email that I receive! I would like to thank everyone who contributes, for all of the great inspiration and feedback! Sometime down the road I would still like to get a DSLR camera, but for now I just I hope to send a small view of life from the Great Lakes State. Home of the University of Michigan Wolverines! Go Blue! -James

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