I'm not fond of eating pears but to photograph it as you had done here is awesome! =) Mountain Retreat
Really cool shot!Love the colors.
Great shot. Fantastic colours and detail. Oh, and I love pears!
I like it a lot, did you eat the pear. See my post "Summer break" for the answer to your question.
I used to love green pears as a kid. They were just about everywhere it seemed. Too many and your stomach might complain, but they were good. Pappy
There used to be sugar pears where I grew up and I just loved to get some of those to eat....even if a few had worms in them. :)
This is something very special!! I love the contrast of the colors!Junie
What a neat way to shoot a pear. :)Very nice.
Wonder why it was there?
Is that a gift for the mailman? Something like an apple for the teacher?
Very good photo..love the colors.
That made me hungry! Five of those should help keep the doctor away?
NICE ... :-Daryl
Marvellous photograph, very good eye! amazing attribution of colours and most excellent frame!
Beautiful, and so is your Crepe Myrtle!
Wow, what a creative photograph. I love it.
I can almost taste that pear. Great shot.
Amazing shot. I love the blurry background and has been doing some shots like that also. Have a nice week ahead.
Beautyful capture!If you can, visit my new blog:TODAY'S FLOWERS only for flowers!I invite you to take part in this blog.Thank you!
It really sound like summer: the colors, the light,the peaceful moment, waiting for the postcards....Very nice shot!Mary
Interesting shot, Dot. I like its simplicity.
A very creative shot! Fabulous Dot!!
Still Life at it's very best Dot.Busy busy busy at the moment but it's been great catching up with your postings Dot... :O)All the very best to youTom
Dot: You were really lucky that it fell onto that mailbox and did the perfect balance. LOL
Lovely composition. There's something so romantic about a perfect pear...
Looks like the perfect gift for the mailman if you ask me!
Fun and original twist. Great shot and idea.In Norway pears grow on trees. ;)))
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