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mysterious shoulder in the shade… what am i???was a green pepper!Le Mas Rillier 2010Canon EOS 450 + 100mm Macro 2.8L ISfeatured in: Bodyscapes !!! (March 2012) Brain Science, Brain Arts (Dec 2012)view it over a BLACK background heremy pepper collection
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Well it certainly isn’t a flower haha. You put this in all about flowers, do select carefully the groups for your posts. hugsxxx
welll I guess for bubble jeopardy you have two options: either slelect only this group or select too many groups so as to not help with the guesses!any idea?
I can understand the jeapordy bit, but it MUST be a flower for all about flowers, sorry. hugsxxx good luck with the guessing.
It is difficult because you cut the object out and blackened the background, so no hint except it’s green and smooth and rounded. my guess: a bolder?
thank you for trying despite the special lighting (not edited actually). But if I may reverse the game, I have no idea what a bolder is?
that"s the right family! Well done!
This is i.e. a bolder, they come in different shapes and colors!
ok merci for teaching with images!I am sorry this has nothing to do with it though…Y
une aubergine verte?
thank you again for the image, I had never seen such aubergines! Where do you find them?but the shape is different, as you can obviously not see from the picture ;-), and it is in the capsicum family.
Then it has to be either a chilli or a pepper?
correct! the end of one of the four round extremities of a green pepper.you guessed it too fast! thank you for your brilliant eyes…
OK, I looked at it now and my first thought was it’s a green pepper. And then I started reading all the comments and I felt rather chuffed that I guessed it right :-) It’s still a weird image though…not sure how it speaks to me… ;-)
congrats to your eyes… don’t you think it could be a shoulder?
Yay… I only guessed it so fast because we use a lot of them in this house. Thanks Yves. :o)
they are so good looking and good tasting!