Pam J

Pam J

Posted on 09/30/2013


Photo taken on September 30, 2013


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Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana) with a Shield or Stink Bug (Euschistus servus) & a little fly !

Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana) with a Shield or Stink Bug (Euschistus servus) & a little fly !
A trio !!! (Three Notes show the Threesome ! )

I was very surprise this actually worked !!!

The berries were the target... the Shield Bug was the bonus... then when I put it on my compter.. I saw... the tiny fly !!

HelenaPF, Diane Putnam, Tim Hanko, d and d 2 and 7 other people have particularly liked this photo


28 comments - The latest ones
Peter Van Der Houwen
Peter Van Der Houwen
www.ipernity.com/doc/a.diazery nice close-up and inserts!
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Peter Van Der Houwen
Thankyou Peter !
4 years ago.
Bob Ottey
Bob Ottey
Beautiful Light Shadows And Colours Pam Excellent Detail DOF And Composition Very Definite Fav Kindest Regards Bob.
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Bob Ottey
Thankyou Bob !
4 years ago.
Janet Brien
Janet Brien
WOO HOO!!!! Grats on the triple capture!! Isn't it great fun when you find bonuses in your pictures?!! :D

TY for the birthday wishes, it was a very nice day! :)
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Janet Brien
Thankyou Janet !

Glad it was a good day !
4 years ago.
Kigelia58
Kigelia58
Great trio, Pam! Pokeweed...though a weed...is beautiful! And I understand it makes a fantastic dye....
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Kigelia58
Thankyou Sue !...

OOoooooooo !!! Going to investigate that... I used to grow and use Wode and several other dye tpe plants in England !
4 years ago.
Bob Taylor
Bob Taylor
Pokeweed, yes. Very nice shot of it.
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Bob Taylor
Thankyou Bob !
4 years ago.
Puzzler4879
Puzzler4879
Just excellent work!!

Well Done!!
Seen in

Leap's Photo
Pond!!
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Puzzler4879
Thankyou Puzzler !
4 years ago.
Pete Foley
Pete Foley
Great capture, classic Fall berries
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Pete Foley
Thankyou Pete !
4 years ago.
lovestruck
lovestruck
Lovely luscious looking berries..thought they were grapes at first!

Yes..oh for Sally Lunn's teashop!!
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to lovestruck
Gillie.. you wouldnt want to eat these !

AND that little old fashioned sweetie shop just before it on the other side of the lane.......SIGH !
4 years ago.
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Fantastic shot!
4 years ago.
Pam J has replied to William Sutherland
Thankyou William !
4 years ago.
Esther
Esther
The berries have a nice color about them.
3 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Esther
Thankyou Esther !

They grew to about 7 feet tall this year some of them !
3 years ago.
Helena Ferreira
Helena Ferreira
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Precious close-up ઇઉ.¸¸.* ઇઉ.¸¸.*
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2 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Helena Ferreira
Thankyou Helena !
2 years ago.
Mr. Low Notes
Mr. Low Notes
Birds and polk berries=Mess!! Stinkbugs=Infestation every fall. Oh but how I hate those damn things!!!!
2 years ago.
Pam J has replied to Mr. Low Notes
LOL... These I dont have a problem with. The berries are good for the wildlife... and the buggies are well behaved !
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam
Diane Putnam
So, this is pokeweed! I've only seen that name somewhere, I don't think I ever saw it myself. Probably doesn't grow here. Great shot!
20 months ago.
Pam J has replied to Diane Putnam
Thankyou Diane !

I had not seen it till I came here. Poison to people and Nectar to the wildlife. So.. it stays... not like I am going to eat it ! There is a way to cook and eat the young stuff... but you only get it wrong once .... :)))))
20 months ago.