Thursday, January 03, 2008

THE LAST OF THE POMOGRANETS


There are a few Pomogranetes still hanging on our leafless tree. They look like red ornaments leftover from Christmas.
If you want to see the detail just click on the photo.
I'm sorry I haven't gotten to everybody's blog for a few days. Sometimes LIFE just gets in the way.
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30 comments:

Kekiinani said...

Great detail you captured there. Love the little drops at the bottom... Those are just way cool. I haven't seen one of these growing since I as a kid and we had one in the backyard. Brings back memories of eating them.. How fun!!! Haven't had one in years :) :)

Lara said...

as long as you keep posting and you are well everything is ok.

oldmanlincoln said...

Wow. That is a nice photo with plenty of details.

evlahos said...

Happy new year. You have capture a very beautiful shot

AphotoAday said...

You're really getting good with those water droplets, Ph. Sue...

Olivier said...

une belle photo, on dirait une lanterne.
A beautiful picture, it looks like a lantern.

Annie said...

And I thought these only grew in the middle east. Now you educate me and bring me up-to-date. How could I have been so long in learning this? I think this is a beautiful fruit.

John Roberts said...

Fruit in January! That's what I call a mild winter!

RuneE said...

Impressed by the drops of water!

Digital Flower Pictures said...

We can't grow these in CT. I had one in the greenhouse but it gave up the ghost after a few years. I love the photo.

I was visiting for ABC and I wanted to wish you a Happy New Year!

Hilary said...

That reminds me I have one sitting on my kitchen counter that needs to be consumed.

Love the water droplets.

ruth said...

I love these fruits. Way to focus in on the beauty.

imac said...

Nice photo, I like em too.

The juice is good for the Prostate.

Kerri said...

Fantastic detail when enlarged....you are such a pro with it comes to those water drops :)

GREAT shot!

joan said...

That is so cool, especially when you click on the photo. You know I've never had a pomogranet, I'll have to try one. I just love the detail in your photos!

KOSTAS said...

Beautiful photograph, with colours that charm, but also subject exceptional.
The old persons in my homeland, him used for her re-establishment their health, say also, that the pomegranate, brings big chance and happiness.
I wish in 2008 it is the year of pomegranate for you.

Salty said...

It sure does remind one of a Christmas ornament!

That was a great guess on my mystery image! You nearly pegged it!

Dan said...

beautiful pic today. I love the strong color contrast and the contrast between the life in the pomogranet and the lifelessness of the tree.

Thiên said...

Nice shot! I love poms and never thought of them as ornaments before but I like that. :)

Meredith Teagarden said...

I have never seen a pome not in the grocery store. Very pretty!

Meredith Teagarden said...

Very sweet post about your husband!

Larry D said...

Great shot! I enlarged it. I liked the drops at the bottom.

Kate said...

I don't know why I haven't eaten these lately; there was a time that I used to eat them as one would eat apples---many, many,many. Such a wonderful photo!!~

Oswegan said...

Cool shot. My wife loves those things. I can't figure out how to eat them. I think she just chews up the seeds.

~Oswegan

susan said...

What a beautiful jewel...ruby with sparkling diamond accents! Enjoy those last few fruits!

Anonymous said...

it's a very christmassy shot...i like it a lot!

David
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MedaM said...

Great photo with wonderful details when enlarged!

Foster Communications said...

I love how drops of water photograph. Such a magic quality to the water..

CG said...

Oh how lovely to have pomegrants growing in your garden! a gorgeous pic

Still said...

Beautifully done! I wish you a happy great and creative Year 2008!