Tropical Fruits: A Photo Gallery
A contemporary business and career management advice goes, “Follow the praise and you’ll find your niche”. Not that I was planning to make a career out of blogging but that was how A Traveller’s Tale evolved. The original plan for this blog was to feature general interest articles and not really focus so much on photography since I was already maintaining a photo blog in another site. This was why I started my posts with articles about tropical fruits and the facts and legends associated with these gifts from nature. But the photos in the articles seemed to catch more attention than the stories and so the blog got sucked back into featuring more random photos until I eventually decided to consolidate my photography hobby on this site.
This gallery features some of the photos I used for the 7 articles I have so far published on tropical fruits (links to the posts below). I still have a few fruits and photo sets left pending in my file. Maybe I’ll work on them again when I take a break from travelling and spend more time in my farm where I took most of these images.
This post is part of a series of galleries being featured this month in celebration of A Traveller’s Tale‘s First Year Anniversary at WordPress. The author wishes to thank all of you who have become part of this site for the past 12 months through the views, likes, reblogs, and comments you left on its posts. It has truly been a pleasure sharing tales, photos, poetry attempts and random thoughts with you.
Related Posts by Shutter Bug:
- Tropical Fruits Facts & Legends: Durian – Asia’s Notorious King of Fruits
- Tropical Fruits Facts & Legends: Coconut – The Tree of Life
- Tropical Fruits Facts & Legends: Pineapple – The Fruit of Hospitality
- Tropical Fruits Facts & Legends: Mango – The Fruit of Love & Friendship
- Tropical Fruits Facts & Legends: Papaya – The Fruit of Angels
- Tropical Fruits Facts & Legends: Jackfruit – The World’s Largest Fruit
- Tropical Fruits Facts & Legends: Pomelo – The Fruit of Reunion