Janet Brien

Janet Brien

Posted on 07/21/2013


Photo taken on July 20, 2013


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Tiny Dainty Strawberry

Tiny Dainty Strawberry
When I brought this plant home two days ago, I didn't notice that there was actually a little strawberry growing on it already! I discovered it yesterday after I'd taken my pictures for the day, so this morning I made sure to take a few, with hopes that one would come out nicely enough to share! :)

RQ 01012015, Chantal, Angela Parker, Mags:-) off for a while and 6 other people have particularly liked this photo


7 comments - The latest ones
Levina de Ruijter
Levina de Ruijter
Oh, sweet!! Already looking forward to seeing it all grown up!! :)
And your picture actually reminded me of when I was a child and we went looking for wild strawberries. Nice memories... :)
5 years ago.
Bob Taylor
Bob Taylor
Terrific detail and focus.
5 years ago.
Clotilde M (Clofotos)
Clotilde M (Clofotos…
Belle image... miam
5 years ago.
Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland
Great macro shot.
5 years ago.
tiabunna
tiabunna
A beautiful macro.
5 years ago.
Mags:-) off for a while
Mags:-) off for a wh…
Gorgeous shot!!! I think, I have a similar variety...small woodland strawberry, with bright pink flowers, like the ones you posted earlier!
Wonderful macro, Janet!!!:)
5 years ago.
Jim Boynton
Jim Boynton
O.k., now I feel stupid. I always thought they grew on vines (although on the ground) not as a plant. Reminds me of the April's Fool joke Walter Cronkite did years ago about the drought in Italy affecting the pasta trees. They had footage of workers frantically trying to save as many of the noodles from the trees as possible. Funny how so many people (including me) don't know where or how our food grows.

Actually I just Googled it (what a great invention that Google thingy is) and it's from the BBC, not Cronkite AND not a drought but a harvest. Funny what tricks the memory plays on us.
5 years ago.