I love pomegranates...

I love pomegranates, and I collect them as well. In addition today I learned a new technique how to open a fresh one, and I love how easy it was, and you can see it in the middle of this shot. After taking the shot, I sat to enjoy it... it was delicious.

Here is the video that explains how to open it without making a mess:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnujQquKCQY

Thanks so much for your wonderful support; I appreciate your views, comments, and FAVs.
Sue
Hmmm! This is interesting as I have never had a pomegranate. I like this still life.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
And I love your presentation! Absolutely gorgeous!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Beautiful. I like your still life photos.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Great shot. I don't think I've ever had a pomegranate.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Oh that's so mean! You tempt me with the idea I am going to see a new way to open a fresh pomegranate. Yet there is no explanation of how it is done. Love your pomegranate collection.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Great comp!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Ita
Me encantan las granadas y usted ha hecho una hermosa composicion que me ha antojado.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Yes, yes don't leave us in suspense. Help us crack the code!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
@janiskay @allie912 Sorry, I just added the link above for you to see how it is done.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
mmmm, me, too. I used to have a pom tree. Love your set up and artwork.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Super cool. Can't wait to see the video. This is a great still life!!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Very nice staging Ana.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Gorgeous still life. The tones and even the vignettes (which I usually don't admire) work so very nicely. Fav.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Nice presentation
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Thanks for adding the link! Who knew it was so easy! i love pomegranates but seldom get them because they are so difficult to peel! I must give this a try! you are a font of knowledge! What a gorgeous photo too, Ana! wonderful color and composition!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
I knew this was yours before I saw the name. I love pomegranates and will try your technique with the ones sitting on my counter.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Stunning picture. Congratulations on making the Trending Page. Well deserved.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Great still life. I am definitely going to try opening it this way. Thanks for the link.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Beautiful still life, and informative link too!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Lovely
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Que hermosa , delicada y buen gusto en su fotografia. Fav
posted October 23rd, 2014  
This is lovey. I have just realized that I don't know where you live.....where in the us do they grow pomegranates?? I also love them, fun getting all those pips out.:-))
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Very cool! Beautiful shot and glad to have the link!!!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Such a beautiful shot, Ana. Your Pomegranate is so red. Looks delicious. I will check out the link as I have seen some at our Farmers Market. Nice to have a collection of them too. FAV
posted October 23rd, 2014  
A lovely collection! You clearly know your way around a pomegranate. :)
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Very nice composition and great video, thanks for sharing it.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Charming still life!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Beautiful still life display!!! Well composed and presented and captured!!! Lovely shot and a fav and I shall watch the video and then go buy a pomegranate and eat it!!! Yum!!!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Another FAVorite still life - I love it. What a great video, I will have to get a pomegranate and try :)
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Lovely arrangement you created with the real pomegranate in the middle.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Just watched the video! Thank you for sharing. Love your picture and of course a fav.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
I thought pomegranates were orange! Must be thinking of something else biblical! This is really nice - a thoughtful selection of items and well balanced. I hope pomegranate juice didn't go on that lovely lacy tablecloth!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
I see now from the video that there wouldn't be juice! Fascinating as I realise I've never seen one or tasted one! Loved the music too!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
I love them too!! I can't wait to try the pomegranate trick!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
@maggiemae thanks for your thoughtfulness for my dear lace tablecloth. I did place a translucent small place to protect it, just in case. Thanks for the FAV as well :)
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Thanks for sharing the video I love pomegranates to and I can't wait to try this out,. Great capture!!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Such a charming still life and thank you for the explanation on how to open such an inaccessible, but delicious, fruit. So glad that you protected the lace! :) Lovely.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Great still life with neat colors, shapes, textures, fav
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Lovely.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
They are a bit of a challenge to get into and I learnt the hard way do not open one whilst wearing white..
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Nice! I love them too -- and just saw the video, too. Learn something new every day, right, Ana?
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Never tasted one, but I heard they are really, really good!! I just seen this video on how to open one on FB!!! How cool and it sure seems a lot easier than cutting them in 4's and dig everything out!! Love your still photo and what a beautiful doily they are all sitting on. Did you crochet it? FAV!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
@cashew thank you Kathie, I appreciate your comment and FAV. Try the pomegranate, it's worth it. I bought the crochet dolly many years ago, more than 30, in a Greek island; I love it.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
@anazad511 It is beautiful!! I have crocheted so many doilies and just love them!! Your's is just gorgeous!!!
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Wonderful set up and shot Ana...Fav
posted October 23rd, 2014  
my grandson showed me a fantastic way to open them too! so easy. great collection. I did not know that they made so many pomegranate things
posted October 23rd, 2014  
beautiful still life! Never ate one, just had juice and syrup, which was delicious! Have to try one now. I think Trader Joe's has pomegranate seeds in dark chocolate. Maybe I'll try that first :-)
posted October 23rd, 2014  
A super compositition. Fav.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Great composition
posted October 23rd, 2014  
Love the composition
posted October 23rd, 2014  
So well presented Ana. A lovely image.
posted October 23rd, 2014  
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