seeds

scooped these up off the sidewalk on my way to work, they're from a tree, but I don't know what kind of tree it is.
Beautiful Lisa, fantastic detail and texture, love the dov!
posted September 22nd, 2012  
@leananiemand Thank you! I've been kind of discouraged in my photos lately, so I really appreciate you taking time to visit my project and comment! I'm looking forward to having more time to enjoy 365 hopefully in a few days!
posted September 22nd, 2012  
Nice photo of these seeds...I don't know the name of the tree but the villagers eat them after opening the same from a stone.....very nice to eat they say like almond......
posted September 22nd, 2012  
Thank you, Ramesh! I wonder if these can be eaten, they are just laying in the street, they are quite small!
posted September 22nd, 2012  
beautiful texture!
posted September 22nd, 2012  
Nicely composed, Lisa. Lovely textures and capture.
posted September 22nd, 2012  
Nice shot, Lisa. I like the composition !
posted September 22nd, 2012  
Really nice shot, Lisa.
posted September 22nd, 2012  
Fun! My co-worker and I always collect some horse chestnuts every year and have a running competition on whether or not they're buckeyes or chestnuts.
posted September 24th, 2012  
@chrismarfil @sangwann @deburahiru @yonnie Thank you for taking time to stop by my project!
@anndee lol I've had the same chestnut sitting on my desk at work for years. I don't know what it is about those things that make me pick them up!
posted September 24th, 2012  
This is a really great shot, Lisa. I would try to crack one open. I bet that is what the squirrels eat at our park as so many of the trees are dropping so many things like this.
posted September 24th, 2012  
They're kind of like a worry stone. They're very comforting to rub. :-)
posted September 24th, 2012  
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