Views on nature through the four seasons in southern Finland since 2007
I've got this feeling it's really juicy, though I'm not sure if these are edible or not :P
Thankyou for comment! They are both juicy, edible and very tasty in reality:)About pics in this blog:Click on pic for bigger view. The text link in italic links to Google search for the word - in this case Ribes rubrum, if you want to learn more about the subject.
I know these are the red ones, not the black ones, but the name "Ribes", reminds me of Ribena juice drink. Now I know where Ribena got the name. Very nice looking berries. Happy Ruby Tuesday.
I hope you are planning to make tasty current jelly. MMmmmmm, good!
Elegant berries. I like the way the light varies on the photo. Those seem luscious.
Great colors in this photo. And the berries look delicious!
Wow. Look how red those are.
So those are currants? They look delicious filled with a sweetness you can see.Providing, of course, that they are supposed to be sweet!
I haven't eaten or seen them yet this year in Belgium !
That red is mighty deep! Thanks for sharing the photo :)
they look delicious. Do you make jam or pie with them?Tink *~*~*My Mobile Adventures *~*~*
They look yummy!I am HERE.
I love this! I've never eaten a fresh current, but they look divine.
Wow, you have gorgeous pictures, all over your blog! Congratulations, and thanks for visiting mine!
These are very beautiful berries for Ruby Tuesday!
the reds and greens are sooooo vibrant!I love all your photosthe June picture of the month is one of my favorites
Such a beautiful photo. Those berries are so pretty. I love all your photos. There is something very centered and serene about them that makes me feel peaceful when I look at them no matter what the subject.
That is really beautiful red!
I have never seen those before, but they look delicious..beautiful color red for Ruby Tuesday..
Beautiful RED currants! They are so lucious looking! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)
Thankyou for all nice comments! Yes, we have used to make both pie and jellies and naturally the freezer is bursting with redcurrants. There is only one bush but it is huge and produces what seems like endless amounts of currants.
Dear Yrsa,great picture of the red currants.You have captured their rare translucence, which neither of the other red berries nor the blackberries have.I have shared mine redcurrants with the birds.. That is they came in before me.Some are stored in my freezer for winter joy.From Felisol
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