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Always a favorite of children, if not for flavor, for the fun of digging out the juicy seeds,
pomegranates have graduated from novelties to wonder fruit. If you don't like the mess,
try the bottled juice.

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Karen Mickleson01-Oct-2009 00:21
Stunning, Margaret. Makes me pucker!
Maaike Huizer11-Sep-2009 06:49
Fabulous picture. The beautiful colour and shape very well captured. V
Dave Perez11-Sep-2009 02:55
I remember ruining a few T-shirts eating these when I was a youngster! I haven't eaten them in many years. I love the bottled juice!
laine11-Sep-2009 02:00
Love them...great looking colours too
Jim Stone11-Sep-2009 01:56
Made in the USA - how refreshing!
Cindi Smith11-Sep-2009 00:09
I love them. Lots of fun, I think and good too!
Walter Otto Koenig10-Sep-2009 19:55
Great shot of the pomegranates. They certainly have become more popular recently.
Bernard Davis10-Sep-2009 19:54
I remember the fun of eating these with a safety pin. Great colours and a great shot.
Ilana gil10-Sep-2009 17:22
Lovelt red photo!
J. Scott Coile10-Sep-2009 16:10
So sweet but so much work.
Fay Stout10-Sep-2009 15:56
Michael J. Parkinson10-Sep-2009 12:23
Brings back childhood memories of picking out the seeds with a pin. Parents probably don't give young kids pins to put in their mouths anymore.
John Lamb10-Sep-2009 09:27
I love the taste of Pomegranate. The juice is good for reducing blood pressure, but makes nice stains on white shirts.
Doug Cruden10-Sep-2009 07:11
Red and shiny and delicious! Great DoF and focus Margaret
Mieke WA Minkjan10-Sep-2009 07:03
beautiful capture of this wonder fruit
Stephanie10-Sep-2009 06:58
I love, love, love pomegranates! Where are you finding them this time of year?
borisalex10-Sep-2009 06:00
The look so good and are I guess very juicy!
carol j. phipps10-Sep-2009 03:14
Haven't found any in the market here for a while; would like to find some.
Linda Willets10-Sep-2009 03:06
Hate to say as a child we use to swipe them off the neighbor's tree.