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This spring I uploaded a photo of the Clintonia flowers, and mentioned that an alternate name is blue-bead lily. Several requested seeing a photo of the berries, so here you are. They aren't edible, in fact are mildly toxic.
Lovely tones & detail Joline.
Nicely detailed capture.
A really beautiful image Joline.
Rather beautiful Joline - they show very well against the foliage.
What a wonderful colour, Joline, are they safe for the birds to eat? Carol
Very pleasing color combination Joline, love it! Patti
Carol, I have never seen any creature eating them.
Whats that saying Blue and green should never be seen together. Works very well here,nice capture .
Good contrast of colours Joline.
toxic but pretty Joline. They do look good set off against the green.
Ohhh...beautiful berries! Well shot, Joline.
They look like blueberries - could be dangerous.
Lovely shade of blue and a Joline frame to set them off.
They're a wonderful colour - a sort of metallic blue which is set off very well against that bright green background.
Love the colour contrasts Joline.
Nice, I like you signature border here!
A beautifulk image with a lovely matching border
How interesting...,Joline. I have never see this before..Generally speaking, human beings perhaps learned that blue colour is toxic, maybe that's why some old pharmacy bottles were blue colour, if it was dangerous or toxic.. it is also amusing when I see somebody drinks blue coloured drink.. you just think..err.. they are poisioning themselves
A very nice image that fills the frame,
Good job you know what they are. How easy it could be to eat the wrong thing
Lovely capture Joline
how interesting. I like the triangular groves round the stem!
As usual, your framing and presentation has its special charm!
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