Golden currants ripening in the late afternoon sunshine in Cowiche Canyon, just to the west of Yakima, WA. These native wild edibles were (and still are) used as food for many of the Native American tribes across North America.
- © 2014
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- Grossulariaceae (Currant and Gooseberry Family), Currants and Gooseberries