2015-08-04

NF Trees n Bushes 19 Juniper and oak


NF Trees n Bushes 19

Welcome to the first edition of the NF Tree n Bushes meme.

 I have always liked trees and have lots of them in my files that I never got around to post. I assume that many of you have it too. So, for this meme is not about running around taking shots today. You can as well dig in your files for those gems never posted. Trees and bushes comes in many shapes and forms and they look different as the year go by. Many of them has flowers and are showing autumn colors. They change always.

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Juniper

Oak
© NF Photo 150730, Sjöholm

Juniper is a bush that I like. And you can use it´s fruit as spice. This one looks nice but sometimes they look like old trolls :)
To respond to unspoken questions, I have no clue of what rhe red is in the Juniper.

The oak I have shared before but from an other angle showing three in a row. This week with heavy showers  the crop has been hammered down to the ground. The farmed will have problem with harvest :(

That is my Trees n Bushes for the week. Lets see how many of you are back from holidays.
If so, welcome back!

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8 comments:

  1. Enebær er også viktig for genever :)
    Bruker ofte enebær i sauser, det gjør godt.
    Fine bilder.
    Ha en deilig dag.
    Mormor

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  2. Hello, It is neat you can use the Juniper fruit as a spice. Pretty images! Thanks for hosting, enjoy your week!

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  3. Yes, I like junipers too! And where would we be without juniper berries to flavour our gin? ;-)
    The red in the juniper are dried and dead sprigs, I think. Cypresses also get to look like that if they get a bit sunburnt.

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  4. Verkligen vackra foton... Härligt med vår fina natur..

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  5. I'm used to cook with a lot of spices and herbs, but I don't think I've ever used juniper before! Enjoy your week:)

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  6. Makes me wonder whether I can find juniper as spice here.
    www.womenandperspectives.com/2015/08/a-durian-tree.html

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  7. Two beautiful views of two favorite trees!

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