|Copyright: Cedric Lee (cedriclee24) (8)|
|Date Taken: 2009-01-25|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-02-22 3:51|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is photograph of fresh cashews. Taken in the cite of Coron, Palawan, Philippines where this is a local specialty. Each nut must be picked and cooked. The fruit can also be eaten but is usually very tart and is eaten with salt.|
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Cashews. Just love them. The caviar of all nuts, in my opinion.
thanks for this very interesting picture. I did not know that cashews looked like that.The picture is also very good.
Welcome to TN
This is a very well taken and very interesting capture. I had never thought how a Cashew grew as I was tucking into a bag of them! but now I know.
Thanks for Sharing
All the Best
- [2009-02-24 5:35]
Welcome to TN. Cedric,
Very interesting image, I had no idea of how a cashew nut was formed. I just figured they grew like pecans or even acorns.
Nicely composed image with good detail and natural colors. I like how you captured the water droplets.
Thanks for the info, I learned something new today!! I was in the Philippines on a mission trip a few years ago but never seen any of these. Well done!!