The Forest’s Fruits
This is a collection of photographs of wild inedible berries that I recently discovered on one of my many photo adventures. I found it quite interesting that in a forested area of mostly deciduous trees there were actual plants that produced colorful fruits in the form of berries.
Wild cranberries grow throughout much of North America and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere and they can be found in marshy areas. The leaves are evergreen and they remain for a few years before falling. The fruit is a red berry.
I am not quite sure what these berries are but i had to take a photo of them especially with the raindrops on them.