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Bitter Gourd

YO from the VIBGYOR.  Alphabe-Thursday

17 comments:

  1. What a funny looking gourd. It looks like it is growning fins.

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  2. How interesting. This would be fabulous to decorate with. Love the different shape and color. Hugs, Marty

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  3. Wow, this is very unusual but so interesting to look at.

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  5. Ciao Shiju,I heard the news that continues to rain, as is the case, you're safe

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  6. Love that yellow gourd! So unusual.

    Happy AlphabeThursday Have a great weekend too,

    LOLA:)

    PS Mine this time is OVER HERE. Hope you can stop by.
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  7. That gets me thinking about fall. What an unusual and attractive gourd.

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  8. A lovely photograph! If every veggie was perfect...what a boring world we would live in!!

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  9. Great texture and color!

    =)

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  10. Beautiful photo Shiju! I also enjoyed the prior photo of the butterfly and flowers.

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  11. the texture and the colour of that gourd is stunning!

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  12. I've never seen a long, thin gourd like this one...nor one of that color. Striking.

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  13. Absolutely neat link to Alphabe-Thursday's Rainbow Summer School.

    Your photography is incredibly striking.

    When my husband and I were attempting to grow a giant pumpkin a few years ago I got to be friends with another grower in Taiwan. He had an acre of vines that he propagated and one section was this type of vine hanging from trellises. There were maybe two or three hundred gourds. It was astonishing.

    And so is this photo.

    Thank you for sharing your work.

    A+

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  14. Absolutely neat link to Alphabe-Thursday's Rainbow Summer School.

    Your photography is incredibly striking.

    When my husband and I were attempting to grow a giant pumpkin a few years ago I got to be friends with another grower in Taiwan. He had an acre of vines that he propagated and one section was this type of vine hanging from trellises. There were maybe two or three hundred gourds. It was astonishing.

    And so is this photo.

    Thank you for sharing your work.

    A+

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