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|The pomegranate is a gift from nature that provides powerful multi-modal health benefits. Extracts and the juice from this super fruit are shown to lower the damaging effects from systemic inflammation that are now associated with the development of many deadly diseases. Pomegranates have one of the highest antioxidant ORAC scores that help to neutralize the cellular and DNA damaging effects of free radicals that accelerate aging. Pomegranates are a tasty way to provide protection from the risk of developing many forms of cancer and cardiovascular and renal disease by regulating blood pressure and oxidized lipids|
Learn more: http://www.NaturalNews.com/030731_pomegranates_inflammation.html#ixzz1XXye1bQL
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Imi place rama, POV-ul si ideea!
- [2011-09-10 8:36]
Grandisoe macro e tiamge, sueprbe compo quelle finesse, quelle couleur à double, merveilleux détail et macro super travail.
Bravo et amitié
Very nice composition! Love the soft lighting and soft focus. Wonderful colors. Well done, tfs.
- [2011-09-10 20:06]
You're capturing well this fruit by a good composition, so it's impressive and interesting to see these fruits overlapping a bit with reddish and orage color. It seems sweet taste. It's interesting to hear that this fruit is effective for the recovery of disease, too. And, the whole is harmonized well by bright color balance of red, orange and green.
This is a lovely closeup capture from pomegranate fruits with amazing sharpness and from a well chosen POV, dear Francis!
A black frame suits the picture well, as it provides marvelous contrasts to these colorful fruits.
A crisp shot with amazing exposure.
Lovely composition all in all!
Hello Francis, I have been meaning to comment on this shot for a while.
I think that it is a beautifully presented shot; a good composition and a well suited frame.
The shallow DoF works very well, with the varying degrees of detail visible.
I find the 'crown' of the fruit very attractive.
Tfs, regards Jean.