This is a focus-stacked close-up image of a bud on a Concord grape vine about a week after the break. The crimson color occurs only at this early stage of development. The fibers are called wool and those tiny structure that look like grapes are actually the beginnings of the buds of the flowers that will eventually become grapes. For scale, look at about a joint and half of your thumb.
January 29th, 2013
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