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!!
Thank you for your kind words Sylvia
Cannon Ball tree! We have one here in the Botanical garden.Aloha from Honolulu, Comfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' >
Thank you Cloudia
Whoaaaa! Quite unusual. Good catch!
Thank you Rakesh
Thanks for sharing the pics.
Pleasure to share Rupam
I have never seen this fruit Bikram's
I dunno. Looks like a tree that births bocce balls!
Beautiful pic..I Donno..:-)
Thank you Nagini
wow seeing them for the first time ! very unusual tree !
I have no idea...read above it's a cannonball fruit...are they edible? For us humans? What an interesting photo subject.
Splendid tree & fruit. Never seen this before !
Hmm, strange fruits of the unusual kind. Will have to consult some biology here. :) :) :)RegardsJayMy Blog | My FB Page
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 .
Now I really have to ask what a 'cannon ball' fruit tastes like Deepak? Amazing image.
Thank you Grace.
Cannon ball fruit.. The tree looks majestic.
forget about the fruit, i haven't seen such trees before! loved the pic!
Thank you Debajyoti
Really unusual. Wonder if it is edible. If you ignore those cannon balls it looks like the tree's long tresses.
What a weird looking plant!
This looks grand. Wonders of nature.Have seen something similar which when pressed gives out a soapy lather.
There are a couple of cannon ball fruit trees inside the Trivandrum zoo too. Good snap.
Thank you JK
When do we get the answer to the question, btw? :)
I did not know. But my knowledgeable readers have answered in the comments - a Cannon ball tree!
my first time seeing this fruit. nice click.. :-)Rat's