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VIKI 10 18 1 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 6:45AM
What a great subject. It looks delicious!

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Dugud 8 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 6:47AM
Brilliant colours.
Steve
old timer 12 55 1 Scotland
25 Oct 2008 6:56AM
It's a long time since I tried a pomegranate - I could never see what people found good about them. Nicely take, though.
Jim
25 Oct 2008 7:29AM
Morning Carol, It looks good enough to eat, wonderful detail, well done.

Dougie.
goso 10 2 1 Australia
25 Oct 2008 7:35AM
Great detail (and taste) Carol......Bill
RachelMB 10 42 10 England
25 Oct 2008 7:41AM
I quite like pomegranate juice Smile I've never seen the actual fruit before though. Interesting Grin
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
25 Oct 2008 7:44AM
An attractive and interesting capture Carol. I regularly drink the juice which has a very distinctive flavour. It's supposed to be good for your heart.

Albert
25 Oct 2008 7:47AM
I have had these in the past,and as you said they are very nice,a well taken image.
Dave
25 Oct 2008 7:49AM
cracking shot looks yummy
Dawn
cjl47 8 4 3 England
25 Oct 2008 8:08AM
Anyone got a pin.
A smashing shot.
chris
nice shot
challicew 8 1 1 South Africa
25 Oct 2008 8:35AM
I think they are one of the best fruits...period!!! Excellent image
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
25 Oct 2008 8:36AM
They do look full and plump.

Fine shot.

Rock
MRSbiscuit60 8 224 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 8:38AM
I remember eating these as a child with a pin, but haven't had one in years. I'll have to stop at the grocers today, as this one looks very inviting. Trish
RuthyJ 10 England
25 Oct 2008 9:26AM
Lovely Pomegranite, yummy. Gorgeous colour, Bet you have these growing in the garden maybe.
MickyMc 8 8 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 9:55AM
Brilliant and what memories they evoke, My Father always used to buy me one when I was small and I picked the seeds out with a pin!
Bet we would not allow our children or grandchildren to do that now!
Mavis
25 Oct 2008 10:45AM
Great shot, lovely detail, they make my mouth water.
Sylvia
exposure 12 3.7k England
25 Oct 2008 10:55AM
Beautiful detail and true colour Carol and a beautiful presentation ,We didnt get so many this year .
Pauline.
25 Oct 2008 10:58AM
Very well arranged
BURNSIE 8 25 4 England
25 Oct 2008 11:09AM
Used to eat these as a young boy, havn't tried them for about 10 years!! LOL.
They are great to eat, well taken.
Burnsie
25 Oct 2008 11:23AM
Great detail and presentation. Will
brilliant shot,love the colour,well done.ray
RTDS 8 Cyprus
25 Oct 2008 11:43AM
Excellent capture.
Lovely details and colours.
I also have some of those in my garden..they sure are yummySmile
Robert
49er 10 564
25 Oct 2008 12:40PM
reminds me of my childhood..Lovely
jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
25 Oct 2008 12:43PM
Excellent compositionand capture.
John
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
25 Oct 2008 12:56PM
Nature's jewels....they must taste so wonderful coming from your own tree.
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 12:56PM
superbly presented and well framed - never tried Pomegranite but it looks good here
Cormy 8 3 England
25 Oct 2008 1:10PM
Used to love to pick out the seeds with a pin.Great stuff Carol.
Cheers
Alan
MRSbiscuit60 8 224 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 1:33PM
You have certainly evoked some memories in us all with this one Carol if these comments are anything to go by! Trish
DOGSBODY 8 1.4k 30 England
25 Oct 2008 2:13PM
Excellent still life. The three seeds make this image. Andy
viscostatic 10 34 5 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 2:18PM
Saw these hanging from the trees on Torcello - beautiful colours and textures in this image.

Phil.
25 Oct 2008 3:09PM
Super image, I agree about eating the real thing. Sylvia
25 Oct 2008 3:21PM
Great capture and detail.
Christine
danbrann Plus
12 621 17
25 Oct 2008 3:22PM
I am just a bit younger than Mickymc but I also remember eating these witha pin. recently I visited Turkey and there were loads of these with vendors sell fresh juice by the roadside. it was revolting.
sunshot 11 24 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 3:41PM
this reminds me of being a young boy, sat picking the seeds with a pin
great detail here carol

marc
25 Oct 2008 3:57PM
These were an autumn treat when I was young. I think they are a bit like Marmite - you either love or loathe them! Well taken. Sandra
microchip 9 1 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 4:16PM
A lovely juicy image with great colours,well captured,These were a treat, so easily pleased in those days,
Alan
Cabit 9 104 England
25 Oct 2008 4:23PM
Superb Carol, thanks for the advice.
Dave
churchill123 12 233 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 4:38PM
Love the composition Carol, the three seeds are a nice touch to the image. Lovely presentation
Linda
casson 10 3 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 5:00PM
They look good enough to eat, can you send some over? they are frustrating if you are hungry as you need a pin and can only eat one at a time.
john
edwood 8 3 Scotland
25 Oct 2008 5:11PM
deserves 50.ed
glyndwr 9 66 9 Wales
25 Oct 2008 5:17PM
They look great and taste great.
Nice one Carol.

Robert
Anjantoo 8 7 1 England
25 Oct 2008 5:51PM
Lovely detailed picture Carol. Actually had a pomegranate but from Tesco's definitely not my garden! Didn't taste anywhere as nice as they used to when I was a child maybe I've run out of patience for eating for with a pin, I'm more into quantity now (unfortunatel).
Jann
xxx
GalleryGirl 9 4 2 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 6:48PM
Smashing capture. I love pomegranates and have a great Spanish recipe if you are interested.
Marilyn x
bunbeam 11 2 United Kingdom
25 Oct 2008 7:33PM
yummy, lovely juicy shot
bunSmile
Bob_V 9 1 2 United States
25 Oct 2008 7:47PM
What a marvelous capture, makes them look tastier than they are, nice work Carol.
Bob
Stace Plus
8 2 2 England
25 Oct 2008 8:04PM
Mouthwatering shot Carol

Stace
piccy 10 8 Wales
25 Oct 2008 8:46PM
Lovely red colour. Think I'd rather have a pic of the parrots eating them than eat one lol.
Freda
25 Oct 2008 9:54PM
a very succulent looking fruit,it sparkles and is so alive!great simple composition,Crete sounds great!Enjoy those fruits,David
nickyv32 9 135 England
25 Oct 2008 11:21PM
Fine detailed shot.

Nicky
25 Oct 2008 11:45PM
Sorry to say never had it.. but it looks wonderful... terrific shot too...
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1830 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2008 1:13AM
Pithy and juicy, I remember them well. I like the addition of the little bits of fruit on the outside.
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
27 Oct 2008 11:07AM
What a great subject to be growing in your garden Carol . You have captured it's glowing fruit so well . Yes I do enjoy them . xxx
KKmoments 10 12 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2008 12:17PM
Lovely juicy shot, this brings back memories of sitting around the fire at my nan's with a 'needle' to extract those seeds...only years later do we realise the health benefits associated with them.... lovely still life capture, great colours.
Karen Smile
28 Oct 2008 1:31PM
wonderfull close up colours and detail are fantastic nice presentation -ray
Ridgeway 9 222 2 Ireland
28 Oct 2008 2:39PM
Love these,wine apples,
Surperb capture,,
28 Oct 2008 3:45PM
Yum, I just had so the these, great shot.
Morpyre Plus
11 1.6k 8 Wales
28 Oct 2008 6:24PM
i looked at this for awhile because i was initially trying to get an idea of the scale - i thought it was a couple of pizza's which was making me feel hungry and then realised it was fruit, also delicious Grin

great image - lovely details and colours Grin
28 Oct 2008 7:45PM
Very interesting subject Carol, never had one of these, but they make a great image.
Johanna
Stevekriti 8 18 United Kingdom
2 Nov 2008 10:38PM
Never tried them,but boy do they look tasty!Steve

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