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Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Fruit in winter

Minus two and clear skies at 8:30am, with the wind whipping about our ears.



Cachi, Cannobio

6 comments:

Chairman Bill said...

Looks almost Japanese.

Christine Gram said...

We have cheers for cachi here too! Yum yum... (personally I think it looks too much like slug trails) and I sent Punkone to school with half a pomegranate yesterday. Apparently it was a big hit with the kids in the cortille.

Caution Flag said...

Blue sky in winter. Wow. I'm obviously living in the wrong country :(

LadyFi said...

Lovely clear picture - and my, those apples look cripsy!

Romancing Italy said...

This was a really good year for persimmons. Know any good recipes for using them up? We can't eat them fast enough.

Louise said...

Hi Romancng Italy! Now I didn't actually know they are called persimmons in English. You learn something new every day! Have a good one!

Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Fruit in winter

Minus two and clear skies at 8:30am, with the wind whipping about our ears.



Cachi, Cannobio

6 comments:

Chairman Bill said...

Looks almost Japanese.

Christine Gram said...

We have cheers for cachi here too! Yum yum... (personally I think it looks too much like slug trails) and I sent Punkone to school with half a pomegranate yesterday. Apparently it was a big hit with the kids in the cortille.

Caution Flag said...

Blue sky in winter. Wow. I'm obviously living in the wrong country :(

LadyFi said...

Lovely clear picture - and my, those apples look cripsy!

Romancing Italy said...

This was a really good year for persimmons. Know any good recipes for using them up? We can't eat them fast enough.

Louise said...

Hi Romancng Italy! Now I didn't actually know they are called persimmons in English. You learn something new every day! Have a good one!