Undertoad Sunday Oct 20 11:58 AM
10/20/2002: Cranberry harvest
Sunday is always a lazy day for IotD, and for Undertoad in general. The backlog of stuff I have ready for posting is pretty good right now; there is a week worth of pics. And this might be the simplest, the "least strange". But there's something appealing about it. The gently rounded shape, the color, it's something that would be very nice in a larger format.
These are cranberries being harvested from the bogs. Supposedly they have a record crop in Wisconsin, which is where this shot was taken.
xoxoxoBruce Sunday Oct 20 05:29 PM
Is that the heart of cranberry country?
Beletseri Sunday Oct 20 07:13 PM
New Jersey and Oregon also have large cranberry crops.
warch Monday Oct 21 01:01 PM
This image reminds me of the work of artist Andy Goldsworthy. He uses the environment, rocks, ice, snow, leaves, to create temporary coolness that he documents with photos. This one is iris blades and rowan berries.
Beletseri Monday Oct 21 01:54 PM
I really like that!
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