Monday, October 22, 2012

Pomegranates



9 comments:

  1. Used have a pomegranate tree in my backyard. Seeds were kind of sour!

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  2. My neighbor has a pomegranate tree that is usually full of fruit.

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  3. Many years ago when but a child we moved from bitter cold Duluth, Minnesota to nice and warm Los Angeles, California. And we had a pomegranate tree in our yard. I had never seen one before and used the fruit as a football. Later, I learned they were good to eat. Thanks for bringing back some good memories with your fine photo!

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  4. A fine composition. I don't know if I have ever eaten a pomegranate.

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  5. Lovely basket too. Is that the kind you can wear on your back to carry things up and down the mountain?

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  6. A lovely and sweet composition!

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