Monday, August 2, 2010

The golden earrings of the mulberry

Our black mulberry got earrings today. Golden ones. :)

I was astonished by this glowing tree sap.



And I see a heart there, left of the earrings.



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19 comments:

Manang Kim said...

Wow this is my first time to see this. Like it much!

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fini said...

Wow!! Amazing! That yellow glows beautifully!

Tara said...

Wow, that is really neat! Great photos!

jabblog said...

The golden sap looks like honey though I suppose it's really amber. Wonderful photographs and what a treat for you - and your mulberry. Do you have silk worms on it?

joo said...

Looks like amber! Marvellous:)

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots from the nature.

EG Wow said...

I hope this is a good thing and not the result of a wound. It's beautiful whatever it is.

noel said...

aloha

a very interesting photo to share with us today, i enjoyed the captured images, the light really does show them like earrings!

my world in posted on my plantfanatic blog today :)

Photo Cache said...

how precious they look.

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Xavi said...

Hi Dani,
It seems amber. is that correct?
Great photos!
Have a nice week.

BraCom (Bram) said...

great photos, very nice colors

Regards, Bram

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Carol said...

Beautiful artistic shots! Marvelous light.

Sylvia K said...

What amazing and terrific shots, Dani! Love the colors and the light and I agree with Carol, they're very artistic captures! Enjoy your week!

Sylvia

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shots! I love its glowing effect.

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ρομπερτ said...

Incredible indeed. Thank you for allowing us to share this probably unique moment. Please have a good Tuesday.

Eden said...

Wow, it's beautiful. Great photos

Ann said...

Are they harvested to make things? In New Zealand, the kauri gum is dug up to make stuff, I forgot what. It was so long ago when I visited.

Indrani said...

This is interesting. So much of detail. Great post.

Beth Niquette said...

These photos are extraordinary--they are magical. I don't know if I've ever seen pitch glow like that. You have Clytie's gift of finding unusual bits of life in our world.

Amazing--and this fills my eyes.