Tuesday, 9 October 2007

Orange



Naschmarkt
Tuesday
October 9, 2007

17 comments:

  1. Oh Merisi, that is so autuminal - it puts me in mind of Halloween. Beautiful shot, as ever. (x)

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  2. Is that a Cape Gooseberry?
    Coz if that is a Cape Gooseberry, I'm going to be very excited!
    I haven't seen one since I was a little kid.
    Love the colour.

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  3. We call them Japanese Lanterns. :-)

    Mari-Nanci

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  4. I thought they were 'Chinese Lanterns'... They are wonderful whatever they are called, and so perfectly autumn. I don't think they grow here. drat.

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  5. Lovely color and shot !! Such a good catch...!

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  6. oui qu'est que is it???
    tres jolie :)

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  7. That reminds me of fall so much! Beautiful colors...

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  8. Ooooh, yummy orange...

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  9. How unusual....keen eye you have my dear :)

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  10. Oh, how COOL. I've never seen one of those before.

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  11. I don't believe I've seen this kind of plant before, but you found my favorite color ;)

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  12. Yes, indeed it is autumnal and very Halloween!!

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  13. Shrinkwrapped Sceam:
    Thank you! Halloween soon? Scary! :-)

    freefalling:
    Thank you for giving me the name of this interesting flower! It is a Cape Gooseberry, indeed! :-)

    smilnsigh:
    So interesting, the different names for the same plant. I found a site where it's being called "Golden Berry Little Lanterns". :-)

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  14. Simon:
    Thank you. :-)

    TLC Illustrations:
    I am so excited! It looks like "Physalis" or "Chinese/Japanese Lantern" or "Cape Gooseberry" are all the same! Thank you all so much!

    Thank you all!
    I try to answer your comments,
    yet do not always succeed. I do appreciate each and every single one of them.

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