Don't know what it is, but it is very pretty!
Nice! They could be what we might call Buffalo Berries here. I like the shallow depth of field. I haven't done mine yet. Color is hard to find this time of year.
It's a bare branch with little oragney berries, plant. Does that work?
Libby-That made me laugh out loud!
Very colorful and nicely done! And I don't have a clue either as to what they are...
Great photo - and it's really nice to see color, isn't it?I had one of those trees in my front yard growing up but I can't remember what it was called. All I know is that my mom loved it!!Happy Sunday. Did you get the bull back?
Hav'nt got a clue either, but a nice pic.
http://www.photographersdirect.com/stockimages/o/orange_berries.aspYou might find some info at the link above. THere were a whole bunch of berry-bearing trees/bushes listed with photos
I have to agree with everybody else. Don't know what it is, but a great shot. I have some similar berries on a bush that the birds love.
Gorgeous! Looks a bit like a rowan tree...
It's really pretty! I love the look of berries on bare branches, especially in the winter.
Aah it's nice to see some color other than brown, different shades of brown, and occasional blue sky.
Haven't a clue what kind of tree it is, but it's pretty and it has color, that's for sure.
I have no idea what they might be but I love that picture!!
I don't have a clue what it is, but it sure looks pretty! I think Lib may have given you the answer though. ;-)Hey, what happened with the bull?
I like the orange berries against the blue sky!
I love it...the blue and the orange work so well together.And how much do I love the title of your blog?!!! :)
Love the blue and orange...great colour shot! :)
I love it too! I think it would look good framed and hanging on my wall!
Ahhhh.......beauty.......just what my heart needed. Ahhhhhhh. LOVE your photos.
Nice photo. Looks like a winter king hawthorn tree. Or just hawthorn tree. Does it get white flowers in the spring? Thorns?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Hawthorn
If it has stickers on it you have a Hawthorne tree. Grows alot in Oklahoma and Texas. They are very beautiful in full berry but I think they might be toxic berries.
Soo pretty! I tried to take some photos of some kind of thorny bush with berries, but they just didnt turn out good...wind was blowing too much! You did a gr8 job with yours!
That could have been taken in my yard! Were you here and didn't knock?I have a Hawthorne (no thorns) with the same looking berries. Does the tree bloom in the spring, be sure and get a photo then!
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