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12 thoughts on “Photo Hunt – What IS that?”
I haven’t tasted nor bought a dragonfruit but I always see that in the produce section of the supermarket we go to.
Have a great weekend!
wow a dragon fruit, i just saw it on pictures but never seen one or hold it in person.. I’m not sure if we have that too here ..
anyway, happy weekend ! my entries
that looks really interesting i have never seen one before but might try it one day lol
I guess it looks far more interesting than it tastes, then. 🙂
I’ve had them a couple of times. I think they’re lovely – a bit like kiwi fruit. they are really pretty thought aren’t they :o)
I’ve heard of this fruit before, but never tried it.
My ‘what is that’ is a sequence of photos to then at the last one, revealing what it all is. Happy weekend.
I ran across Dragon fruit a few years ago when I was travelling – I agree with little cat – similar to kiwi.
I think that definitely qualifies under the “What IS that?” category. It looks awful!
That definitely looks interesting! I have never heard of this before.
Crazy that it looks so interesting and tastes so bland! LOL
I admire you for even trying it! I would never try something that looked that…odd.
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