Wild Blackberry

The wild blackberry thicket is blooming! It blooms two to three weeks earlier than the cultivated version we have in the garden, and the berries are a little more sour. We let the thicket stay, in the hopes that the birds will fill themselves on the wild berries and leave the others alone.

This has never worked. But the flowers smell good.

IMG_6873Hand held, manual focus.

Other info:

Exposure: f/6.7 1/60s, ISO 1600
Exposure Mode: Auto
Focal Length: 85.0 mm
Lens: EF-S17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
Flash: Did not fire, compulsory mode
Metering Mode: Evaluative
Subject Distance: 0.3
Custom Rendered: Normal process
White Balance: Manual
Scene Capture Type: Standard
Model: Canon EOS50D
Camera Raw
White Balance: Custom
Temperature: 5300° K
Tint: +15
Exposure: +0.20
Blacks: 10
Brightness: +51
Contrast: +40

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