The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Jams, this shot is (once again) fantastic. The detail is perfect.
Gorgeous and almost tasty!
That is gorgeous! Cool WW =)
Nice shot and nice Yew!
Oh! I wondered what those plants were called. There are some on my street too. I love them... though I really wish I had YOUR lens...
Wow! You planted this! Well, aren't you Mr. Impressive ;) And I post a goofy cat...again. I'll get better, I promised. Happy WW!
beautiful color and detail
beautiful--almost looks like a red olive! Are they edible?
Your pictures are always so perfect.
Wonderful shot - and I agree with alison, one can almost taste it! I'm not playing this week, but couldn't help commenting! :)
Beautiful. I really like this one.
Incredible colours and contrast! This is awesome!
Wow, that's all I got...wow!
How pretty. - Brightened my evening.
I can almost taste it! Yum!
wow is that color enhanced that is so vibrant
Thanks everyone. I haven't enhanced the colour but I did drop the brightness and increase contrast. THat improves colour saturation.BTW yew berries are the only part of the tree that are not deadly poisonous are the berries but the seeds extremely poisonous. It would be a case of yu... croak!
such vibrant colors!happy WWMy WW post
Nice work - I have to congratulate yew!!
Simply Fantastic! You have quite a gift. Happy Halloween!
I didn't know yew had berries. Now I now! Great photo.
Beautiful. Can you eat these?
great detail shot!
Oh my goodness! It's beautiful. Your capture of the colors is amazing.
wow ... amazing colors!reminds me of Christmas. :)happy WW
what an amazing shot. oddly enough, i am now hungry for olives. happy ww!
Beautiful! It's almost Christmasy... Happy WW!!
Very cool shot indeed!Ours is up as well at burntofferings and more at bernies fotoblog.Happy WW!!
The color on this shot is out of this world!
You take the nicest pictures. This is beautiful. Have a great WW. :)
Very gorgeous berry. It has a very beautiful shape and colour. Happy Halloween (=
I love how the berry seems to be demure in showing itself.
What the heck??? Is it missing part of the side?? Did a bug eat part of it??? Very cool shot. Happy WW and thanks for stopping by.
This is a lovely photograph. Thanks for sharing.
Wow!! Gorgeous! You seem to have a great garden filled with plants. Is it in any of your posts? Can I see your garden and its plants? I love gardening but I don't have green fingers. hehehe..... I can only admire others' gardens.Thanks so much for informing me about my broken URL on WW's website. You're such a dear. muacks muacks..
Gorgeous. I never knew what a yew berry looked like until now. Great shot. Have a happy Halloween/WW, Shaunie!
Very nice Jams. Vivid colors and close up...I like it! Happy WW and Halloween.
Love the colors! Wish my cam can do macro-shot, too. Are they edible, the yew berry, by the way?
Another appropriately seasonal - and beautifully captured - Wordless Wedensday photo. Well done.
Very nice picture you have here - Hapy WW! Wish you a nice Halloween :)
THanks everyone. The Yew berry is actually edible... in that it isn't deadly poisonous like the rest of teh tree! Done eat the seeds thought. THey are poisonous too.
nice composition,it looks like it's gonna start to...talk!;^J
That's pretty! thanks for dropping by Happy WW!
Love those close-ups!
Lovely photo! Wonderful colours. :)
That's gorgeous. I think I need to get myself a tripod... Thanks for popping over :o)
My o MY!!! That is a beautiful photo!! Is this the first year it produced berries? It's gorgeous...you did good.
Hmmmm....never met an Irish yew before, but I do believe American ones are very similar! hahaha! The colors speak "Christmas"! Such a beautiful shot, Jams! Love it!!!Happy WW!
Reminds me of Christmas... :0
beautiful colours! can you eat the berries?
Beautiful photograph :-)
That's amazing ! I have never seen that in my life !
Jezus! Incredible photo!!! I was gonna ask if you did anything to the color...and I see you did a little. Gorgeous!Happy WW and happy Halloween!come visit at Work of the PoetandAnswers to the Questions
nice shot Jams
Thanks everyone for your comments
Great shot and lovely plant. Are they hard to grow? Happy WW
I really like your photo. You've been posting some really great ones lately. That makes it more fun for me when I come visit. ;)
Great photo, as always.
That is the coolest plant photograph I have ever seen. You always have the best pictures!
Hi jams,You did well with this one. It is a nice feeling to grow something and then photograph it.We can't plant this anymore around here because the deer will break down fences to get at it and then it takes a long time to fill back in.
No matter how much artists try to create a work of beauty, they can never better the visual richness of nature. Very nice photo.Beaman's Bazaar
gorgeous photo... love the color!
that brings back memories. my siblings and i used to mash up those berries that grew in our yard to make "jelly." ;)wonderful capture!hope you had a nice halloween!
It's weird all the sources that claim yew berry is deadly poisonous. We have several yews and I'll eat a few berries each year. They are a bit slimy, sweet but astringent. I don't swallow the seeds though, which apparently is the most dangerous part. I've never had ill effects, but I also don't really feel like eating many of them.
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