'kay, what are these?
They're tasty, tart and mealy (after frost), and I know what they are. Do you?
These berry clusters grow on largish bushes, perhaps 2 m tall, and the bushes are covered in red berries. I picked these yesterday, but I'm going back before the frost really hits to get enough for a berry sauce, or jam, or similar.
Oh, and these bushes aren't wild in Finland, they're planted.
Update 14Oct2005: Nobody? Oh alright, it's the crabapple from this post, which I found growing in another spot. Last year I didn't know what they were, so didn't taste them. This time around, when I found them, I tasted them. Delicious. The species? Malus toringo var. sargentii.