Red berries

I think I might have steppe a bit outside One Mile radius for this one. But it is still within city limits, in fact it is next door to city offices :). I was dropping off my water bill payment last week, when I noticed this picturesque tree with large, red berries. I came back on Sunday to photograph it. I used grass around the tree as soft, blurred, green background, to contrast with the red color of the fruit.
On the side note, I am very glad my 18-200 mm zoom lens is back. I send it to have it cleaned, and it came back with long list of parts changed. Hopefully, it will solve many of the unfocused and soft-focus photos issues, and leaves me just my shaky hands to worry about ;).

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