Raspberries: The Most Innocent and Simple of Fruits

July 8, 2012

“Some of the raspberries are ripe, the most innocent and simple of fruits, the purest and most ethereal.”
— Henry David Thoreau, Journal, July 2, 1851

Raspberries ripening on the bush

Fresh raspberries

Freshly picked raspberries

Raspberries!  One of the tastes of summer.

3 Responses to “Raspberries: The Most Innocent and Simple of Fruits”

  1. Chris Says:

    Yum…raz berries! 🙂 Love your first photo and the Thoreau poem…describes them perfectly!

  2. sandy bessingpas Says:

    fresh raspberries with sugar and cream-there’s no better dessert on a hot summer day


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