Sunday, July 18, 2010

Buckthorn Fruit in Sedona

Here is a close-up photo of fresh growth of the fruit on yesterday's shrub from the buckthorn plant.

I took these macro photos when hiking at Red Rock Crossing in Sedona.

This image looks like a small green tomato. These are probably not edible though.

Today is Sunday so that means new travel photos. Check out the natural wonders of the Big Island of Hawaii at Viva la Voyage!

7 comments:

Rambling Round said...

Looks like a cross between a gourd and a tomato.

Kate said...

Buckthorns here are considered an encroaching menace and people work diligently to destroy the creeping plants.

Joe's blog said...

Wonderful picture. Looks like a tiny watermelon.

Birdman said...

Cool close-up this morning.

JM said...

Both this and the previous shots are lovely! I have no idea about the plant though.

Sharon said...

Interesting plant. Makes me wonder if it does any good.

Memphis MOJO said...

Interesting image.

Today is Sunday so that means new travel photos

Good -- one of the reasons to look forward to Sunday.

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