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Later they turn into dark blue or black ink berries (or inkberry) or Phytolacca americana (American Pokeweed). Photo taken on September 13 very near the banks of The Little Tennessee River in Macon County, North Carolina in the small town of Franklin.
© Jean Gregory Evans
Canon PowerShot SX20 IS f/5.7 1/320s ISO-200 100mm


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A lover of art and nature, Jean adores animals, whimsy, smiles, and chocolate chip cookies, not necessarily in that order.

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