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From Flowers to Mangoes

Posted by
Devi (Chennai, India) on 18 April 2013 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

A few ambitious flowers have already put forth their wares !!!

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thami from Fès, Morocco

C'est la première fois que j'en vois sur un arbre! Je vais attendre patiemment qu'elles mûrissent !
Bonne journée lumineuse et chal-heureuse!

18 Apr 2013 7:24am

@thami: Merci Thami:-)))

Avian Grey from Lomdon, United Kingdom

Always wondered how these grew !

18 Apr 2013 9:36am

@Avian Grey: Happy you dropped by , Avian Grey :-)))

Shiva from Berwick, Canada

Hi Devi, a nice image of the mango tree.
I have to apologize for yesterdays mistake - I wrote avocado instead of Mango. We have those sweet yellow Mangoes here at the moment and I try to add them to salads, or as a garnish or just for fun to eat. -
Thanks for sharing - Monika

18 Apr 2013 12:44pm

@Shiva: That's okay Monika.. I just had a huge mango...There are so many dishes one can make with mangoes!!

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

A very fresh and appealing composition Devi! ;-)

18 Apr 2013 1:00pm

@Eric Cousineau: Thank you Eric:-)

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom


18 Apr 2013 2:50pm

@CElliottUK: Thank you Chris :-)))

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Well on their way. A pretty green fruit at this point.

18 Apr 2013 4:37pm

@Steve Rice: Yes. Ere long, it will become huge in month or so...

Sam from Chennai, India

Wow. Fresh mangoes. Yes Devi, these are from ambitious flowers.
Beautiful composition. And a lovely series.
Eagerly waiting to see your exciting photos from your Kumbakonam trip. :)

18 Apr 2013 6:00pm

@Sam: Thank you Sam... I shall post them soon...but I am not sure if they are exciting :-)))))

Lydia.Dd from Paris, France

Can you imagine that i don't like them ? nice picture after flowers .

18 Apr 2013 11:49pm

@Lydia.Dd: Lovely to see your comment:-)))

ursulakatariina from Ed, Sweden


19 Apr 2013 4:46pm

@ursulakatariina: Thank you Ursula :-)))

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