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25 Nov 2013 1:53PM
Don't ask me - I am from South Africa Smile Three lovely and interesting images Isabel !!

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CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
25 Nov 2013 2:33PM
Searched high and low and cana't find anything similar, Isabel. Were they beneath a tree, by any chance? Carol
25 Nov 2013 2:55PM
Look a bit like something called Chinese Lanterns - depends on size.
Good picture of them whatever they are, Isabel.
ColleenA Plus
3 315 3 Australia
25 Nov 2013 3:01PM
Had to smile that V3 had green it it... Did you open it to look inside...was it a soft covering or a hard husk . So basically I have no idea eitherGrin
CaroleS Plus
5 358 3 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2013 3:05PM
Other than seed pods, my searches have found nothing to match - well spotted and captured.
Mollycat Plus
2 11 2 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2013 3:08PM
Peter's right, we have them here, always known as Chinese lanterns. No idea of the genus. Well spotted. Peter.
25 Nov 2013 3:12PM
Great colour and texture Isabel, not too good at flower and plant ID, or I would go further and say flaming useless.

Regards

Trev.
mikbee Plus
8 3 8 Scotland
25 Nov 2013 3:44PM
Don't ask me Isabel.
I am just a simple Scotsman !!
Good shots though.
Mick.
25 Nov 2013 3:46PM
Nicely found and taken. Reckon it's Chinese Lantern (Physalis) too.

Lavina
tomcat Plus
10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
25 Nov 2013 4:16PM
My vote is for Chinese Lanterns tooSmile

Adrian
i will just say they are lovely images.


billy
v 1 for me lovely detail. christineGrinGrinGrinGrin
Beautiful captures of this beautiful plant, Isabel! Great details and textures!
George
25 Nov 2013 6:56PM
I thought at first glance it was physalis. Well spotted.

Harriet
25 Nov 2013 7:13PM
Looks a bit like a long Chinese Lantern, Isabel.
I love the detail, especially V1.

Richard
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
25 Nov 2013 7:59PM
Well captured

Peter
26 Nov 2013 1:30AM
nice set of images , as for identification I'm no good with plants etc , but I'd say they deffinatly not bananas unless they in disguise Wink
Bantu Plus
2 6 1 India
26 Nov 2013 3:44AM
yes,its different all variants are well captured.
26 Nov 2013 4:53AM
Sorry, no good with plants, Isabel.
Super sharp images for those who are good at botany though!

Simon
To me, they look like what we have called Japanese lanterns. I grew them once......not for long. They are terribly invasive. And beautiful. Great shots, Isabel.

Peter
Irishkate Plus
5 33 91 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2013 2:42AM
Beautiful plants for photography - they do look like chinese Lanterns.
KateGrinGrinGrin

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