I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
Where do you come up with these names? A "Papple"? Oh, brother... Sounds like it would taste good with a Snickerdoodle...
papple>> how about a pearple? too funny but they are beautiful....
je ne connaissais pas les poires asiatiques, je me demande quel gout elles ont ?I did not know the Asiatic pears, I wonder what taste they have?
Yummy! Asian pears are always nice and juicy.
Never heard of the papple before. Looks juicy :)
I wished I could taste one of your truly ripe pear-apples, once they are ripe for the picking. I suspect that the rather tart specimen sold at Safeway's and other supermarkets are but a shadow of the real thing!
Hello Sue!We got so heavy rain today, that we came to the town.Now I can see your photos and also this comment will come to you, I hope :)Kenya sounds really great.I have never been in a safari, but my husband has been there and seen all those animals, elephants and giraffes made a greatest impression seen so near.I wish you a wonderful journey and plenty of photos , of course!
Oh this is nice. I've never seen this fruit on a tree. I love Asian pears!
I love snickerdoodles so I am sure the papple would be good with it. Beautiful fruit, I love the lighting in the photo. We have an avacado tree and a grapefruit tree that my husband grew from seeds.
That fruit looks tasty.Your trip is about to start and mine is over for now with my broken arm. have a nice trip to Kenya. I just posted an update on my conditon on my blog.Never heard of snickerdoodle, will look it up.
Great colours! I hope that you have an enjoyable and safe trip to Kenya. Take care!
I miss having fruit trees in the yard. Our plum tree died an horrific death.
Have a wonderful journey, lots of beautiful photos and a pleasant surprise with the crop of the fruit when you come back!
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