Friday night pictures

Uper Posted By Uper, Jul 19, 2010 at 1:12 PM

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  1. Uper

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    We went out blueberry picking. Also one from the river out back with clouds reflecting.
     

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    Sweet! That looks really peaceful.
     
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    Mi. and blueberrys use to go with my uncle and pick when I was a kidd. @nd pic's Awesome!
     
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    Looks wonderful. That's a really nice harvest. Nice summer pickings!
     
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    Hopefully no critters bothering you while picking?
    Anti-oxidants never tasted so good!
     
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    Here's a few more from the night. One of the truck trail leading to the berries. One of a downed Beech we decided to harvest and another of the blueberries. We got a good rain two days ago so they should be sizing up a little better now. Oh yes, no critters so far, but we keep a wary eye and have security provided by Smith & Wesson, although we hope we'll never have to use it!
     

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    Bet that shot looking down the road is a pretty view in foliage season...

    Not so many low bush blueberries on our property, but Vaccinium corymbosum abounds. And they're pretty tastey, too, but we generally let the birds have 'em. :)
     
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