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Awesome! I think seeing a cranberry bog (is that the right term???) in real life . . . would make me giggle!
whoa! (what Kym said – and especially because I can hear that silly cranberry juice commercial in my head 😉
Gorgeous! I still want to see a wet harvest. Last fall, when I did a weekend around Plymouth after a MA business trip, I visited Flax Pond Farms & saw the dry harvest in progress – learned so much about cranberries in that short visit.
It would be something special to visit a sea of red during the cranberry harvest. It’s no wonder you love the season!
What a beautiful shot! Quite something to see that sea of red. You really captured the beauty.
Taking me back to my youth! Such a great process to watch…’cept for all the snakes in that water! ;_)
It’s harvest time! We have a friend in Halifax who is harvesting right now and is always asking us to come and check it out. It is so much work!
Barbara Seiver says
It’s a great picture…but I can’t help remarking “Somebody dumped cranberries in my crawfish pond!” (It is very reminiscent of commercial crawfish farming. Wonder if they could co-exist? I’ve seen wild crawfish as far north as St. John’s, Ontario.)
Red Berry Sea! I have yet to see this in person. On my bucket list.