While looking for wild edibles I came across this shrub with some berries on it, fortunately some plants still had flowers so I was able to take many pictures. If anybody knows about it I would be glad to know if it is edible or not because the forest near my house is filled with these plants and the are all starting to fruit.
This plant is, as Jurp says, a Fuchsia, but its actually Fuchsia boliviana. The fruits are edible, but as already said, are not usually very tasty so may be made into a jam or jelly, though they can be eaten raw if you want http://www.strangewonderfulthings.com/125.htm
The plant is a fuchsia, possibly Fuchsia magellanica: http://www.perennials.com/plants/fuchsia-magellanica.html or Fuchsia triphylla: https://plantsam.com/fuchsia-triphylla/. Looks more like triphylla to me...
Although considered to be edible, fuchsia fruit is not very tasty. it can apparently be made into a nice jelly, however, which kind of puts them in the same league as black currant. Here's some info: http://www.americanfuchsiasociety.org/articledirectory/are-fuchsias-poisonous/.