Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Wazzup with the glowing blueberry fields?

Late autumn winds may have sent our bright fall leaves aloft then crunching underfoot but there are still two lingering blasts of colour to enjoy here around Bay of Fundy: blueberry fields and Tamarack trees!

I've been out 'in the field' this week with my attention grabbed by these bright red fields and glowing trees.

I'll try to get a photo of the golden Tamaracks to post too but, in the meantime, check out these glow-in-the-dark-days-of-November blueberry fields. No photoshopping, no special lens, no nothing: just plain old extraordinary nature here on the big-tide bay!


Belgravia Bed & Breakfast said...

Hey Terri,

I was driving down the Bay of Fundy from Joggins to Truro today and was remarking about the beautiful blueberry fields glowing along the way. It was so beautiful to see all their colour, despite the fact the leaves are long gone.

Take care,

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Terri, these photos are fabulous!
I must try this wonderful recipe for Harvest Vegetable Stew.

Anonymous said...

The Red Barrens!!
Are they gorgeous or what?