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Lydia 5 4 Greece
15 Nov 2011 8:05AM
Well, I've just spent my whole allocated epz time researching pomegranates and their etymology because I wondered why "nar" was so different to any of the more western words for this fruit. I now have learned lots of new interesting facts (which always pleases me). This is a particularly red variety isn't it, very striking, although the paler ones may have more 'character' perhaps. I'm eating a lot at the moment as they are free and I just pick them from trees around. I don't actually like them much but 'free' and 'good for me' so I persist. I'm supposed to be commenting on your image aren't I? Sorry, rambled instead Smile

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WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
15 Nov 2011 8:41AM
Wonderful colour and well presented. Looks good enough to eat.

Dave
gajewski Plus
11 10 9 United States
15 Nov 2011 8:50PM
Great close up shot.
-=\Walter
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
15 Nov 2011 9:09PM

Quote:Well, I've just spent my whole allocated epz time researching pomegranates and their etymology because I wondered why "nar" was so different to any of the more western words for this fruit. I now have learned lots of new interesting facts (which always pleases me). This is a particularly red variety isn't it, very striking, although the paler ones may have more 'character' perhaps. I'm eating a lot at the moment as they are free and I just pick them from trees around. I don't actually like them much but 'free' and 'good for me' so I persist. I'm supposed to be commenting on your image aren't I? Sorry, rambled instead Smile


No need to be sorry, I like your rambling. These red ones are bigger in size with smaller dark red seeds inside, mostly they are sour, but some may be sweet. The paler ones can also be big or small but they are mostly sweet, you know. I like the rare kind which is sweet and the stones are so soft that you don't even feel them. This year nar trees are bountiful for some reason.
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
15 Nov 2011 9:11PM

Quote:Great close up shot.
-=\Walter




Quote:Wonderful colour and well presented. Looks good enough to eat.

Dave


Thank you guys for the kind appreciation. I'm glad that you like it.
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
15 Nov 2011 9:12PM
I should also thank those who voted!Smile
Ayoob 5 Australia
16 Nov 2011 7:58AM
I like Nar or Pomegranate ,beautiful shot and well presented..............GrinWink
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
17 Nov 2011 3:35PM
it looks delicious, a great POV against the black background it really stands out.
apart from that I'm jealous, they never ripen so nicely in our garden.
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
17 Nov 2011 4:37PM
Thank you so much Ayoob and Annette! Much appreciated.

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