Huckleberry Snow – Mississippi

I grew up spending time in the outdoors. One of the things I learned to do as a young boy was picking wild berries.  There were scuppernongs, (wild grapes), Mulberries,  Muscadine,  Black berries,  and the feature bush here is Huckleberries just to name a few. Huckleberries have a unique flavor as compared to blueberries are probably more tart but can be used in much the same way.  Such as a pie, in jams, and in pancakes,  don’t think I ever had Huckleberry juice but the species is still found growing wild all over the Southeastern United States. A while back, one morning at sunrise I was hiking after a light snowfall from the night before. I came across this Huckleberry Bush that caught my attention in the early morning sunlight. Thus the photo title “Huckleberry Snow”. I’d love to hear your comments about this photo. 
 
GBU,
Danielhartsfield.com
Outdoor Photography 
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