What acrazy wild sight! ;-) Is this around rhe new housing development? This is wild!! I love it!!!
17 Jan 2018 5:38am
@Denny Jump: A recreational "as the crow flies" path connects the towns of Elora and Fergus. Trees and wildflowers and shrubs grow unchecked along the path. It's a nice stroll and sometimes good for bringing the camera. Thanks a lot, Denny.
interesting image !
Nice close up shot
17 Jan 2018 9:08am
@Hiro: Thanks, Hiro.
bien travaillé avec un juste titre
17 Jan 2018 9:27am
@Existence Artistique: Merci.
Nicely spacey textural shot
17 Jan 2018 10:10am
@grouser: Thanks, mister g.
Those clusters of berries create an amazing effect with the depth of field and monochrome.
17 Jan 2018 10:28am
@Stephen: I normally shoot with my Nikon but the little Canon Powershot gives usually superb results for a point and shoot configuration. The auto focus didn't know what to do with these berries in the light breeze, but I liked the result nonetheless. Thanks, Stephen.
Un très beau b&w
17 Jan 2018 10:39am
@Martine Libouton: Merci.
17 Jan 2018 10:51am
@omid: Thank you.
A plentiful harvest . .
17 Jan 2018 2:24pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Probably a plentiful stomach ache :-)
Those berries really dominate the scene aong all of that twistiness.
17 Jan 2018 3:26pm
@Ruthiebear: It is berry berry crowded.
A beautiful image of this wild tangle. B&W works well with the colors of the berries. Very cool.
17 Jan 2018 5:41pm
@Steve Rice: "Wild tangle" sums it up nicely; thanks a lot.
Great concentration and focus in this crazy capture!
17 Jan 2018 6:19pm
@franz: "Crazy capture" also summarizes this lens-full... my thanks, franz.
An awesome composition that has a 3D effect to it!! Beautiful tones as well!
17 Jan 2018 7:34pm
@Steven: I'm glad you noticed that pseudo-3D vibe; thanks !
Beautiful image here...wonder what the real colour of the berry was !!!!
19 Jan 2018 3:18pm
@Devi: The berries were a bright red. Sincere thanks to you for viewing and commenting on several of my photos this morning, Devi ! You are very kind.
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