These plums were no bigger than an apricot and tasted quite similar. The flesh was as bright as the skin and as sweet as honey.
These plums were very similar to the above but slightly smaller and just as delicious. The picture is black and white so you can get an idea of how many thousands of plums I’m talking about here, I’ve never seen anything so covered in jewels.
These at first I thought were cherries as they are similar in size. To be honest I’m still not entirely sure but I can tell you the skin was slightly tangy and the flesh deep orange and unctuous.
I find these little beauties hilarious. How do they defy gravity like that? I think they are unripe plums as they were horribly bitter but maybe they’re greengages. Only time will tell.
These must have been greengages. There were very few of them but extremely delicious.
I’ve found all sorts of blackberries this year; extra large, minuscule, normal, sweet, flavourless, bitter and some which looked downright abnormal. A foraging trip just isn’t the same unless you consume half a hedgerow on your way.