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Those mangoes look delicious! It looks like one of the critters living in the tree likes them too, based on one of the shots. Visiting via OYGIF - Blessings!http://arnoldolromero.blogspot.com/2014/05/this-and-that.html
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they look yummy!! nice shots!
That mango is so beautiful, but i killed my tree like that as we don't like the taste. If you tasted our 'Carabao' mango you would not look for any variety anymore, even Kensington, Keitt, Haden. Sometimes they call ours as Manila mango, but Mexico is exporting Manila mango also as a brand, with different qualities than our own!
There are some very delicious varieties of mango in India. This is one of those.
I love mangoes, though they tend to be expensive where I live.Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos.Romi @ In the Way Everlasting
It wasn't until I started travelling to Mexico several years ago that I decided to try a mango. Now I'm addicted too!Snoozing in the Shadows
Not something I eat very often. The photos are beautiful!
I understand that the mangoes will not be exported to Europe this year. They look wonderful. Their loss.
They taste wonderful too. The import ban in Europe will result in some loss to the farmers here. But we are elated that the superior varieties, usually meant for export is available in the local market.
Yum, that's delicious. We don't have a lot of that variety here, but my aunt had a tree and I love those because they're sweet and juicy when super ripe. And I just like the color a lot. I think it's called apple mango here because of the color.
Very appealing photos. I love mangoes too. Look beautiful!www.homezweethome.info/2014/05/felix-hot-wheel.html
The colors of nature are unsurpassed. Great shots.
What a great photo's
It's almost mango season, so this is perfect moment. These looks so fresh and colorful.
Very nice! :) Birds love them !
Oh.... I love Mangoes, as a child I would eat them strait from the trees, now here in the state I don't eat them that much, I sure wish I did. Have a nice week!!
Oh I love mangoes! I wish they grew here. Lucky you!
How lovely. I've never seen them growing before.
Is that how they grow!?! I have never thought about it before!! They are so beautiful, up in the trees!
I have never seen mangos on the tree before. Whats been eating the fruit? I thought of monkeys. http://ohmyheartsiegirl.com/index.php/yesterday-wordless-wednesday-2/
Not monkeys. I have noted birds eating semi-ripe mangoes. The fully ripe ones fall at the slightest touch.
Such nice colors. I love mangos too, but you rarly get them ripe here...
I love mangoes! Your photos are beautiful. Have a terrific day!
Yummy, I love mangoes.
They are delishous! I like them in smoothies.
Delicious! Great photos :)
My favorite mango image is the one with the two bites out of the fruit. Nice series of mango photographs.JM Illinois, U.S.A.
Your photos are beautiful. Such lovely pinks, oranges and yellows against the green foliage. I love the flavor of mangoes, but I really hate cutting them up. That big stone in the center is so difficult to get around.
These shots are mouth-watering!Thank you for visiting Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) @ acts17verse28.blogspot.comand sharing your photo. I hope to see you again next week!
I love mangoes and I love your pics! Thanks for sharing on Mandarin Orange Monday:)
I understand the addiction! :-) Beautiful images of the fruit on the tree. I've only seen mangoes in the produce aisle at the supermarket.~Lindy
Wonderful captures of the yummy fruit!!
Amazing captures :)
I am a huge fan of mangoes myself.
I, too, am addicted to mangoes in numerous ways...sliced, in cocktails, and even in photographs where I can almost taste them when done by a superb man with a camera such as you.
I do love a mango I love the smell too when cut open ;-)Have a mangotastic week ;-)
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