Thursday, January 10, 2013

Thursday Challenge - Fruit

 
Which fruits are these? Seen in the Maharashtra Nature Park in Mumbai.

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33 comments:

  1. I have no idea what fruit they are, but they sure make a great photo subject for someone talented with their camera!! And you definitely are that!!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words Sylvia

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  2. Cannon Ball tree! We have one here in the Botanical garden.



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  3. Whoaaaa! Quite unusual.

    Good catch!

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  4. I dunno. Looks like a tree that births bocce balls!

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  5. wow seeing them for the first time ! very unusual tree !

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  6. I have no idea...read above it's a cannonball fruit...are they edible? For us humans? What an interesting photo subject.

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  7. Splendid tree & fruit. Never seen this before !

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  8. Hmm, strange fruits of the unusual kind. Will have to consult some biology here. :) :) :)

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  9. These indeed are cannon ball fruit. The flowers are pretty , you should check them out, we have plenty of these trees in the University of Mumbai- fort and the surrounding areas .

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  10. Now I really have to ask what a 'cannon ball' fruit tastes like Deepak? Amazing image.

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  11. Cannon ball fruit.. The tree looks majestic.

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  12. forget about the fruit, i haven't seen such trees before! loved the pic!

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  13. Really unusual. Wonder if it is edible. If you ignore those cannon balls it looks like the tree's long tresses.

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  14. This looks grand. Wonders of nature.
    Have seen something similar which when pressed gives out a soapy lather.

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  15. There are a couple of cannon ball fruit trees inside the Trivandrum zoo too. Good snap.

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  16. When do we get the answer to the question, btw? :)

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    1. I did not know. But my knowledgeable readers have answered in the comments - a Cannon ball tree!

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  17. my first time seeing this fruit. nice click.. :-)

    Rat's

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