What lovely (fabulous) pictures! Is it any wonder that Solomon decorated the temple with pomegranates? I love the last picture, it really shows the beauty and color of the seeds! I also love the second-to-the-last picture. It really shows the texture(!). Don't you think? Rubies is such an appropriate description! I bask in their marvelous beauty. And the skill of your photography.
I agree! They're just so beautiful. I love looking at 'em. But I love eating them even more. ;)
Well, naturally. They're delicious, no?
No! they are SupercalifrajalisticexpialiDELICIOUS!! haha
Hahaha! Ooh, Lizzle-Bizzle! You silly girl you. XD
I made that up myself!! In case you didn't know that. ;) :P
For realz??You are so coolderful.:)
Ok. I guess I just won the understatement-of-the-year award, according to Liz. S'good to know. I'll have something absolutely astounding next time. Really, I look pretty tame next to the two of you...I must say, I've noticed you like the word "NO!", no?
Sorry Miss Fingers, I don't have an "understatement of the year" ribbon for you.Don't worry, you'll expand your vocabulary of non-existant adjectives if you spend enough time with me. ;)
btw, go to my blog, if you would, and vote on my poll!!!
So How many seeds are in a pom? Is it true? I've heard. They all have the same number of seeds. Feel like a counting party. See. Math IS fun!
Pomegranates are so cool. Great captures of color and texture. Chip
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