22 June 2014

Blueberry blossoms





Blueberry blossoms in Margareteberg 17.5.2014.

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84 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures ! I first thought it was figs :) !

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  2. Hi Gunilla.
    Beautiful photos of the blossoms.
    Very good focus and detail.
    Best regards, Irma

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  3. Beautiful shots you have taken.

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  4. Wonderful macros, dear Gunilla!
    Wish you a nice Sunday
    moni

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    1. Thank you, dear Moni! Enjoy your Sunday.

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  5. Gorgeous photo's of the blossom, Gunilla!
    Beautiful macro's...
    Greetings, Anna

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  6. I don't think I have ever paid close attention to any stage of blueberry development other than fruit picking. Thanks for these images.

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  7. Hello Gunilla, there are wonderful blossoms .... Great captures.
    Have a well sunday, Heidrun

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    1. Thank you Heidrun! Have a lovely Sunday.

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  8. La primera de ellas es especialmente bella. Un saludo,

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  9. Beautiful. I just love to eat blueberries, so healthy.

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  10. Så vackert fotograferat - himla spännande att se blåbärsblommorna så där underifrån. Man ser dem ju mest från sidan, som första bilden.

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  11. Beautiful pictures!!! Maybe you take a look to my blog? Thank you!
    Have a nice evening!
    Greetings, Helga

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  12. Blåbärsblommorna är så söta när man kommer nära. Här blir det dåligt med blåbär o år.
    Allt gott
    Anette

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  13. Blåbärsblommor är så söta både att titta på och äta! :)

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  14. Beautiful compositions, I love these macros!

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  15. Love the colors of these macro shots.

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  16. love love love these macros!

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  17. Nice pictures - do you collect them when they are ripe?

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Thank you Stewart! I'm a bit lazy, I buy berries as I need them. :)

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  18. wonderfully captured and very beautiful

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  19. Oh they are beautiful -- and will be even more beautiful in a few weeks (or at least more delicious!). We are traveling and usually we would be in Oregon where our daughter's bushes are at exactly this stage. I am sorry to miss them this year!

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  20. Blueberries fresh from the garden into your mouth! What a treat that will be! Lovely macros!

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    1. Thank you! They're best when you eat them straight from the bush. :)

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  21. Hello Gunilla...very nice blossom...great captured !

    Have a nice week !

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    1. Thank you Timur! Have a great week.

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  22. Cute little blueberry flowers, what good shots of the tiny flower parts, I hope you get lots of fruit!

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    1. Thank you Hannah! Last winter was hard on the shrubs because we had so little snow, but I hope we'll get some berries anyway.

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  23. Great macros, Gunilla! Have a nice day!

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    1. Thank you Ileana! Have a great day.

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  24. Aren't they beautiful!! We tried to grow blueberries here, but they did not like our climate. I hope you get lots of fruit from these! xo Silke

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    1. Thank you Silke! They're saying it's going to be a bad year for the blueberries.

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  25. Hi,Gunilla. I have never seen blueberry blossomms. Your photos are very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Strawberries are here and blueberries await. Yum.

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  27. How perfectly wonderful! Great macro photos!

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  28. Hej Gunilla,
    another two weeks of sunny weather and you can pick your blue berries already!
    Thanks for your kind comment,
    enjoy a great midsommar week,
    Uwe.

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  29. Todella herkulliset makrot Gunilla. Ihana tausta sinulle blogissasi myös!

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  30. Eu brincava com um jogo de fazenda e sempre plantava mirtilo, mas só agora que realmente conheci.
    beijos
    http://eueminhasplantinhas.blogspot.com.br/

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  31. Oh boy, they look yummy already. Soon they will be ready. Our Blueberries are about the same. We have to use netting to keep the sweet birds out. MB

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    1. Thank you MB! These are wild blueberries in the forest.

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  32. All you need now is the ice-cream and you are already for Summer!
    Wren x

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    1. Thank you Wren! I'm always ready for ice-cream. :)

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  33. Tulispa isoja, meheviä mustikoita....
    BLOGitse

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    1. Niinpä, mutta ennustavat että tulisi huono mustikkavuosi.

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  34. Those tiny little blossoms are so promising!
    Yours Sarah

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  35. I love macro images of this species.
    beautifully captured

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  36. This brings back some fond memories, thank you. Growing up, we had blueberry bushes in the yard and I had forgotten how beautiful (and tasty) they are.

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    1. Thank you Wayne! Blueberry pie with ice-cream is to die for. :)

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