The Bespectacled Mother

Fruit Bearer #ThursdayTreeLove 11

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The fruit-bearing tree – Papaya

There is nothing special about the papaya in this photo but still, it held my attention because it is not everyday that I get to see a fruit-growing on a tree. This one was hidden as it was surrounded by vegetation.

Joining #ThursdayTreeLove, a photo feature on Parul’s blog.  It is hosted on the 2nd and the 4th Thursday of each month.

If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link to Parul’s post. Let’s come together to appreciate the beautiful nature around us. 

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7 thoughts on “Fruit Bearer #ThursdayTreeLove 11

  1. Beautiful picture- very common fruit but very unappreciated too in some places.
    Susie

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  2. It made me smile while I read the description below the picture, Anamika. Nothing special yet it grabbed your attention. Much like any of us, right? Nothing special..

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  3. I find the Papaya tree very fascinating though I hate its fruit . Wonder if this fruit will be sweet or tasteless .

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  4. Reminds me of my papaya tree…

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  5. Esha M Dutta on said:

    So commonplace and yet, so pretty. I love papayas, both the raw ones and the ripe ones. I always wished for a home with a garden where we could plant trees. That dream has remained a dream!! I have a capture of a small cute looking papaya tree from my neighbourhood park which I will share someday. Your post reminded me of the same pic.

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  6. Special it may not be but appreciating the ‘ordinary’ needs a special eye! That fruit will make some family very happy! 🙂 The Papaya leaves are very beautiful!

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  7. It’s special because a fruit makes it special. I have seen many papaya trees and I really love mangoes on a tree. Have you noticed how full a mango tree looks with all those fruits 🙂
    Great addition to this week, Anamika. Thank you for joining!

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