Salmonberry Blooms

Salmonberrries (Rubus spectabilis) is a species of brambles in the rose family, native to the west coast of North America. This day’s blooms were radiant in mid-morning light. Located right outside my front door, these are a seasonal reward for living on the edge of a woods. Three-image focus stack, one for each bloom and its immediately located leaves and stems.

EF 200-400mm+1.4x +1.4x @ 784mm; f/16 @ 1/6 sec, ISO 100

Bob, I’m not familiar with the Salmonberry Blooms, but they are a beautiful color. I can see what attracted you to capture this nice shot of them. Thanks for sharing.

Shirley: Thank you for your kind remarks. Salmonberries are plentiful but their blooms only last one day. You may not have seen them unless you encountered them on that particular day.