Friday, October 30, 2009

Juicy Pomegranate

19 comments:

Cher said...

juicy-licious! nice presentation with the autumn leaves! ;)

BaysideLife said...

Do you know I've never eaten a pomergranate! But this certainly looks appealing. Another great pix of autumn's bounty.

Sunny said...

Pleasant picture to the eye. Nicely done.
Sunny :)

Bergson said...

a good presentation with this light nd th booth leaves

photowannabe said...

This is a beautiful still life photo Meda. Perfect lighting, and I like the added autumn leaves. Our pomogranets are just about gone. We have a few left in our bowl to enjoy.
Have a wonderful weekend.

Andrea said...

I don't like so much this fruit,but I always buy at least one because it really "makes autumn"...
I like a lot your picture.

Titania said...

Pomegranates are very attractive fruit.I have them growing in the garden. I think in a garden, a must have are,if possible, a Pomegranate-
Olive-fig- trees and a Grape trellis!
Anyway, you have mastered to present that pomegranate like a still life of
Bruegels, perhaps?

John said...

Lovely captured!
Have a nice weekend.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

a good friday my e-friend. beautiful capture. i've one of these to open and enjoy here in virginia :) have a good weekend.

Tammie Lee said...

gorgeous and yummy too~
Spirithelpers

Regina said...

How amazing. I haven't tried it yet.

Adrian LaRoque said...

Excellent Meda!

Pietro said...

Delightful composition, Medam!

VALKYRIEN said...

Looks so delicious! Beautiful photo!

Phivos Nicolaides said...

I love pomergranates. We have five of those treesn in our yard! My famly love them!!

uproad said...

a great shot! good for a commercial poster too :)!

SquirrelQueen said...

It does look juicy and delicious. I love your presentation.

Splendid Little Stars said...

What an awesome photo! The colors are so rich and vibrant. I like how you juxtaposed the opened pomegranate with red and green leaves. wonderful!

Anna said...

Medam this is my favorite fruit, and I am glad that its in season now. We have them every where in the stores. Anna :)