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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Dragon Fruit at Sunset

7.15 Dragon Fruit at Sunset 1

7.15 Dragon Fruit at Sunset 2

I wonder how many waterlilies Claude Monet painted? All these dragon fruit photos could be my artistic series. :P

Life Cycle of Thanh Long (Vietnamese Dragon Fruit). Dragon Fruit Literally Blooms in Hours. Dragon Fruit Bud. Dragon Fruit Blossom Extreme Close-up. Dragon Fruit Bumper Crop. And now, Dragon fruit at sunset.

Do you like the truncated photos above, or these elongated ones below?

7.15 Dragon Fruit at Sunset 3

7.15 Dragon Fruit at Sunset 4

Other garden updates.

1 year ago today, Persian Dill Rice
2 years ago today, Pate (Faux Gras with Chicken Livers).
3 years ago today, a teppanyaki show at Shogun Japanese Restaurant - Pasadena.


  1. I think these are so photo-worthy -- definitely worth enjoying them every chance you get! Every part of the plant is cool looking. So many interesting angles and textures.

  2. Nikki,
    I can't stop myself from photographing them every year. But I'm rapidly running out of ways to do so!


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