Wednesday, August 12, 2020

BERRIES APLENTY!



Birds sing
Lunch bell rings
Sun Shines
Happy feathers fly!





30 comments:

  1. Cheerful reds... how lovely! All the best to you Denise xx 🐞

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    1. Hi Sue, thank you and all the best to you too :) xx

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  2. It’s a wonderful time of Year!

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  3. Lovely berries on the heavenly bamboo, Denise. I used to have quite a bit of it in my gardens, but it became quite invasive so we had to remove them. Darling little bird with the berries by your signature. You always create lovely images to enjoy while your friends visit.

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    1. Hi Martha Ellen, that is interesting. I know bamboo can run rampant. I have only ever seen it growing in places while on holiday. Glad you enjoyed my little bird and I appreciate you noticing them. I try to make them for the enjoyment of blogging friends :)

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    1. Thank you Ellen, I thought so too, especially on such a nice day :)

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  5. This is a new plant to me! How on earth do you make these signatures that so closely look like your post?

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    1. Hi Ginny :) I had never heard of it either. Thank you for asking about my signatures. If I don't use one of my own photos I do a search for graphics on pixabay.com and add any wording in my Paint Shop Pro program.

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  6. Nice photo of the berries. If we get heaps of red berried on our trees, those that do it's supposed to be a cold winter..apparently, some superstition I expect.
    Take care.

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    1. Thanks Margaret :) Your berries must look gorgeous. Interesting about the cold winter. I think some of these old tales are good weather vanes from before technology took over and we stopped looking for 'signs' :)

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  7. Śliczny ptak , bardzo lubię krzewy takie jak ten na fotografii pięknie ozdabiają parki i ogrody.:)

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    1. Dziękuję, zgadzam się :) Te jagody są pięknymi dekoracjami i mam nadzieję, że są dobre dla ptaków. Życzenia udanego weekendu :)

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  8. Hello,

    Pretty berries, love the haiku! Have a happy day!

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  9. They look like they should be blooming at Christmas and that would make a nice Christmas card

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    1. I never thought of a Christmas card Sandra. Thanks for the idea :)

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  10. Lovely...

    They are safe for birds?

    We have some reddish berries, but they do not get eaten, so we figure they are not safe.

    'Miss BB'🐝🐝
    "Beside a babbling brook" blog

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    1. Hi BB :) I found these berries growing in a park. Truthfully I am not sure if they are safe for the birds. Hopefully they can figure it out. I know you have to be careful with pets if you plant certain fauna in the garden, or even house plants.

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  11. what a nice berry..
    follow you here #132

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