Jessie T. Eiland

Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody else expects of you, never excuse yourself. Henry Ward Beecher



Quite a few Fabulous mulberry Pics

  1. Mulberry
    Image by Jean Big Cat
    Any of several deciduous trees of the genus Morus, having unisexual flowers in drooping catkins and edible multiple fruit.

    Mulberry:The sweet fruit of any of these trees.

  2. Fresh Mulberries
    Image by jamieanne
    From our mulberry tree. Ive never cooked/baked with mulberries before – any suggestions on what to do with them?

  3. Mulberry Leaf Patterns
    Image by Bill Gracey
    This is probably the largest leaf to have come from our fruitless mulberry tree all year. Its a great shade tree, but it sure drops a lot of leaves this time of year.

    Strobist info: I wanted to show the patterns and veins in the leaf so I backlit it by hanging it in front of a 24 inch softbox containing a YN560. The flash was in manual mode at 1/4 power and was triggered by a Yongnuo RF-603N trigger.

    Other plants, flowers, or fruit that Ive photographed using strobes can be seen in my Strobe Lit Plant set. In the description for that set, I list resources that Ive used to learn how to light with off camera flash.…

    This looks best when viewed large against a black background, and you can see it in that enlightened manner by pressing "L".

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