Nightshade by T.J. Martin

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Taken June 20, 2010 – Naples, Maine
Canon Rebel XSi with Canon 100mm Macro Lens

Solanum dulcamara

Nightshade has bright red berries; both berries and foliage are somewhat poisonous.

• Family: Nightshade (Solanaceae)
• Habitat: moist thickets, open woods
• Height: 2 to 8 feet (vine)
• Flower size: 1/2 inch across
• Flower color: purple
• Flowering time: May to September
• Origin: Europe


new england, yellow, purple, naples, macro, wildflowers, maine, perennial, nightshade

I’m 60+ Years Old and a Resident of Bridgton, Maine

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  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeabout 4 years ago

  • Thanks Ray. . .

    – T.J. Martin

  • Cat2be
    Cat2beabout 4 years ago

    Congrats on your feature 23 June 2010

  • Hi Kimba: Thanks for featuring my “Nightshade” in your Students and Beginners Group. I’m very pleased to hear the news. Thanks so much to the hosts and members of the group for the very kind compliment.

    – T.J. Martin

  • Digitalbcon
    Digitalbconabout 4 years ago

    Gorgeous capture…and helpful info!!

  • Thank You Blair . . .

    – T.J. Martin

  • DeborahZaragoza
    DeborahZaragozaalmost 3 years ago



  • Thanks so much for letting me know that my photograph “Nightshade” was featured in A Moment In Time. Thanks so much to the hosts and members of the group for this very nice compliment.

    – T.J. Martin

  • Tracy Friesen
    Tracy Friesenalmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful! Congratulations on your feature!

  • Hi Tracy: Thanks so much for the nice compliment on my photograph “Nightshade” and for your congrats on my feature as well. Very nice to hear from you again. Best Wishes.

    – T.J. Martin

  • deborah zaragoza
    deborah zaragozaover 2 years ago

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