By Luiz Santilli Jr.
A beautiful tree and a lovely macro.
Such interesting seed pods, they look huge and is that a little flower in each one?
Just beautiful, looks like it might be an animal:)
It is as if they say - "I'm spiky, Don't touch me"!
Luiz: That is beautiful and a neat close-up of the fruit.Your music is wonderful.
These are extraordinary pictures!
The seed pods are very interesting to see - beautifully photographed.
The chestnuts are so spiky one can not handle them. Mine look just the same now they are edible ones.The photo is great. Thanks Luiz for your dedication.
As a child I would climb the chestnut trees and pick those prickly things to find the chestnut hidden inside! I am in Canada could these be the same chestnut trees we have here?
Now that's an interesting tree, love the green thingys.
great photos, lovely detail.Gill in Canada
I used to enjoy playing with these fruits when I was a kid. I'd invent all kinds of games with them.
Very Enjoyable shots. Smiles B
Good shots. We have a horse chestnut tree (Aesculus) Different but so similar. MB
When I was growing up my Dad always got the chestnuts from our tree.Lovely shots and I love the music!Thanks for coming by my post today and yes, I will become a 'guest'
Luiz, I must admit this is my first time seeing Chestnut flowers and tree.I'm enlighten with your entry this week :)
so that's how chestnut tree look like huh? never seen one before..love to eat castanias
Esta postagem vem bem a calhar...Poderiamos nos encontrar na Fazenda das castanheiras do confrade Pereira. Porque não?
Nice tree and green CHESTNUT fruits.Look like our Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum) fruits at my backyard here
love your shot of the chestnut fruits!
This is a beautiful photo Luiz and nice blogs. Thanks for visiting my page and for keeping Today's Flowers going...
Very interesting! I've never seen this before. I love that song by Rod Stewart. He did a good job with it. :-)
Both photos are great but i really like that last one, such deep green colors. Love the song choice too
Waw, the chestnut tree is so wonderful. The detail of the fruit is great !Greetings from Belgium !
Very beautiful, Luiz! I like chestnut trees ! Have a nice week!
Hi LuizLovely pictures - that is one big chestnut tree - I have also one growing in the garden, not as big yet, and it also bears these very spikey fruits. I am looking forward to participating often in Today's Flowers. Thanks and CheersMarie-Louise
Nice macro shot. Lovely tree.Abraham Lincoln's Blog
They also grow in Austria, but only in warm regions, not in the Alps!We call them "Maroni".
What unusual fruit! Thanks for sharing and for visiting my yellow pansies at Happily Retired Gal ;--)Hugs and blessings,
Bonito close. Bom tema.Beautiful close and subject
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