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Bermuda Baygrape leaf.

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I took this early yesterday morning, just experimenting. Not really my kind of picture but Jenny said it was cool so here it is. The grapes are green and hard to start with then turn a deep purple when ripe. We eat them but they have a tart to bitter flavour. People make jam out of them which is not bad. They have one big seed in the middle.

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Robbiel

You are welcome Jana.

Janazlouky

Thank you Robbie, I didn't know ot

Robbiel

Yes the green came out just right, the gale came and today they all have brown on them. Thanks Celeste.

Quite rightPKH, right under our noses sometimes! Thanks.

Thanks Shirley, glad you agree.

shirley68

Ditto all previous comments, Thanks Robbie.

pumpkinhead

This photograph just proves that beauty is very often found in the simple things in the world Quite fine, Robbie.

CelesteH

Wow that is such a pretty color, No wonder Jenny wanted you to post it
And yummie on the jams ..

Robbiel

Now THERE"S a thought PD, thanks!

Thanks Buck.

I will Hanne, thanks.

You certainly are Mimi, thanks.

Thanks Ank, I saw it and left my comment, I appreciate it.

puzzeljac

Robbie I just saw that this puzzle is posted for you.
http://www.jigidi.com/puzzle.php?id=9B32QHD1

mipahollo1

Ditto every single previous comment. I'm very comprehensive!

Elfie

Indeed it IS a fine picture, Robbie, just go ahead practising!! Thanks so very much!!

buckeye425

I'm with everyone else here...great photo!

pdevredis

I agree with all those who tell you that you should listen to Jenny more often--this is a wonderful photo! Besides, then you won't be so often in BIG TROUBLE! LOL!

Robbiel

Ok mate, look for it tonight.

david06520

For my part, I'd be happy in the 125-150 piece range. I know there are others who love puzzles even bigger! Thanks for asking.

Robbiel

Thank you PLG, rob, Healer and David.

How many pieces mate? I'll do it tonight.

david06520

It's a great photo, it would be fun to do in more pieces. Keep up the good work and stay off the ostriches.

Healer

Delightful photo Robbie, very interesting. Nice work.

robryan

Wow! Listen to Jenny more often please Robbie!!! It's a great photo!! Thanks.

PLG1958

I love it! It's sooooo green! And I love the droplets!

Robbiel

PS they are the same plant grown here, Florida and down south. Yes they grow slow and yes they get big!! Thanks.

She is thin because she won't eat what I do mate, thanks!

Thanks Ardy, I would never think this would be interesting a year ago!

Thanks Monica, you would like them.

Thanks TC, they do.

Thanks chickie.

Thanks foxy, I suppose I could open an ear once in a while!!

Thanks PK.......Oh alright then!!!!

Plumpossum

Robbie, I do believe some of Jenny's talent is beginning to rub off on you! Carry on!

Robbiel

No David, thick and rubbery.

pkin38

Love all the dew droplets on the leaf.. You should listen to Jenny more...

foxymoron

Jenny is right, this is an excellent photograph. Listen to her more often :-)

Thanks, Jenny.. and you too, Robbie!

chickiemama

Absolutely beautiful!

twoclubs

The veins on it look like a tree with droplet leaves. I think it is perfectly lovely. thanks Robbie

mhughes69

Beautiful color, I too am glad that you listened to Jenny! I'll bet they taste good when ripe, as I love tart-flavored foods! Thanks for posting!...Monica.

ringleader

This is one neat picture, Robbie. I do like this. Thank you for listening to Jenny.

jacquescamus

tasty salad mate, no wonder that Jenny is so thin!!!
TOU MUST FEED HER!!!

petslave

looks like my Florida Seagrape tree leaves. boy do they get big! My trees are still little, planted 3 years ago when they were only 3 feet tall. don't grow fast but they get HUGE.

david06520

Are the leaves tasty like some grape leaves can be?