Did you grow those?
MULBERRIES! I LOVE LOVE THEM!
Amazing photography. Jumps off the page. Cheers!
looks great Velva except for that big yellow jacket sitting on it….LOL!!
Yum…can't wait to see what you make with them!
Beautiful, it cheers me up!
My kids adore blackberries but hate bees!
Mulberris….wonderful in making bread as well!
Ah, you captured the beauty of summer fruit so perfectly!
You have berries! What will you make with them?
Those berries just pop right out on the screen! Gorgeous photo!
I could eat them right off the page, yummmm.
I love the bee on the middle one. Beautiful photo!
Great picture! I would love to have some of those berries!
Time for blackberry cobbler!
Ah, mine blackberries should be coming soon too :). Wonder what I'll make with them.*kisses* HH
Gorgeous. What will you do with them?
That is one determined bee…
I believe I see a blackberry cobbler in your future. There is a little berry farm up in Greenback that grows big beauties like these.
Beautiful picture, Velva!!
Are they homegrown?Lovely photo x
Makes my mouth water….hhhmmmm!!! ♥
I have two huge mulberry trees- I wash a lot of purple bird poop off cars when they ripen…
Georgous black berries!! Yummmm,…
Beautiful! As Mr. Rogers used to sing, \”Won't You Be My Neighbor?\” The strawberry martini in the previous post. . . oh my goodness, that drink certainly did look neighborly! 🙂
What a fantastic photo! I think we are finally getting a break from the rain. I need to get outside with my camera! 🙂
Love this shot!
Oooo, look at those plump, luscious berries!!! 🙂
Blackberries are my favorite. I love to make Blackberry Vodka!
Those look DELICIOUS!!!
Wow, great picture and the berries sure look yummie! Any plans to use them?
great pic..love blacberries..sweetlife
ahh, the sites of spring and summer!
Very nice – tasty too.
I feel some blackberry turnovers coming on! Great pic!
What a great photo! they don't grow up here; I usually see them in bags of frozen berries.Rita
Oooh this picture looks so friendly. can't wait for summer 🙂
I used to pick these along the dirt road on my grandmother's farm and she'd make us desserts with them. But I liked them simple mixed with some table sugar.
Eye-fetching. Love that bright bright blue!
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