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This tree had fruits that look like large ripe melons hanging down...
Anyone know what kind of fruit is it? Never seen anything like it!
(Photo taken in Seychelles)
Could be a breadfruit?
I Googled Seychelles fruit images Isabel,and the nearest I could see was a ''Dr_Acher'' !!
No help there I am afraid.It might have been a Dr Acher that took the pic !!
Good shot of what looks like a great big melon to me !!
great omp wonderful detail and light a cracking capture nice one
Certainly looks like a melon, but their growing habit is to creep on top of the earth, and not climb! Would love to know what it is. Carol
Amazing looking fruit! Possibly a Giant Quince? Don't think it is a melon as I grew a couple a few years back which fruited in UK in a polytunnel, and they will grow along the ground unless you train them up a frame or a string. Super picture, lovely light and colours.
Nice capture Isabel, nice detail and colour, have no idea of its name.. Peter
Cant help except ,its not a melon,like dave i have grown them here in the green house.
I like the shadows on the melon!
A cracking shot, Isabel, can't help with ID, but a very well captured image.
It's not a melon for sure! It was the same size as a melon, same colour as a melon... Just hanging down...
Looks so yummy Isabel, enjoy your journey there!
have a nice weekend,
A great capture, nice one............Martin
Lovely dapples of light on the leaves... looks yummy.
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