- marhowie (486)
- [2005-02-26 6:46]
Greg, Nice bright orange color with some great detail. Cheerful. Well done!
Razorsharp details Greg! Even the spiderstring (what's the right name for that?) is visible. Lovely scene you've captured. The blurred bg is perfect. Colors are great. Shots like this prove one doesn't always have to upload images of wild animals to leave an impression. TFS!
- dew77 (13270)
- [2005-02-26 7:15]
Hi Greg...Nice shot!I liked their color...TFS
- extramundi (13168)
- [2005-02-26 7:36]
I have no idea of what is this, I am afraid. But it is beautiful and has a interesting shape :)
Nice colours and details. Didnt use flash? The look almost glowing. Regards.
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2005-02-26 8:16]
I feel I should know these. They look so familiar but I just can't place them. Very pretty though.
My kids can't wait to get to the snow.We drove all the way down to Ruapehu a few months ago and didn't get anywhere near it. My son threw a wobbly (had a tantrum).
There will be plenty where we're moving to.We'll be able to see the Southern Alps from our window.
- netfalls (0)
- [2005-02-26 8:46]
Nice shot Greg, good details and colours, maybe not the best focus point.
- cafecrem (9248)
- [2005-02-26 9:30]
Superb photo but I don't understand a title!? What do you mean?
- radz (436)
- [2005-02-26 10:49]
Lovely shot,love the color&good details .
- willie (2083)
- [2005-02-26 13:05]
Very nice colours Greg. Where did you get the " pornoberries" from?
Just interested, you don't have to tell. LOL.
Are they edible for birds or humans?
Please find out if u can, I'd like to know as I have something very similar to share.
Good image. Well done
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2005-02-26 13:58]
Another visually pleasing shot Grzegorz. The composition and colours are very nice and give the promise of spring :) well done.
- PDP (11769)
- [2005-02-26 15:11]
Nice rack Greg, although someone needs to brush the cobwebs off them. Good shot, shame you can't ID them. Nice colours and composition. Well done.
- livios (16942)
- [2005-02-26 17:37]
Grzegorz, a colorful and great shot. A pleasure to look at. Great sharpness and nice blurred bg.
- thistle (9282)
- [2005-02-27 9:14]
Good POV and composition. Very nice colours.
I think these are Honeysuckle berries. Do you remember if this plant was a creeper? If it was then I'm probably right couse I have one of these in my garden.
Thanks for sharing.
- Robbrown (6106)
- [2005-02-27 12:05]
Hi Grzegorz, it is definatley a group of Huneysuckle berries (Lonicera) and looking at the leaves at the back of them I would say it was one of the american species , most likley to be one of the Brownii hybrids either 'Dropmore Scarlet' or maybe 'Yellow trumpet' if so makes it a possible problem image as a maybe cultivated plant, anything plant wise taken in a botanical park or garden one has to be very careful about.
The image on the other hand is very good the colour is spot on and you have made them glow against the OOF BG. TFS
- Callie (7555)
- [2005-02-27 14:42]
Whatever they are, you did a great job on nailing them. Now, about that mind of yours and the way it runs - too many SF by Piers Anthony? Looks like cherrybombs from Xanth!
- gerhardt (11620)
- [2005-02-28 7:08]
Lovely shot! Nice colorful composition. Nice title, too. ;) Well done.
- hummingbird24 (64)
- [2005-03-02 10:51]
What has captured my attention here is the vibrant color of orange berries against the subtler green shades. On closer inspection, I discover the minute details of pollen granules on the berries, and that single strand of spiderweb going to ...?
Well done, and thank you.