Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Growth ~ Bloom to Fruit August 6, 2012 Flowers / Food / Nature / Photography / Weekly Photo Challenge 9 Comments Growth – A banana bloom grows into a stalk of bananas. I’m getting so old, I don’t even buy green bananas anymore. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInEmailWhatsAppPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Tags: bananas, Color, DailyPost, Food, fruit, green bananas, nature, Photography, postaday, Ron Mayhew, stalk of bananas, Travel, vacation, weekly photo challange Continue Reading Previous PostTravel Theme ~ Leading LinesNext PostWeekly Photo Challenge ~ Growth Ron Mayhew Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography. You Might Also Like The Colors of Haiti June 14, 2012 By the Sea September 2, 2013 Shave and a Haircut…50 Rupees July 15, 2018 This Post Has 9 Comments sharonscolors 6 Aug 2012 Reply I don’t think I’ve ever seen a banana bloom before, although I have seen the bananas on trees. Thanks for sharing this picture. Loading... fotograffer 7 Aug 2012 Reply The little fingerlings on the bloom are actually the beginnings of the fruit. It takes about two months for a stalk to mature. Thank you for visiting. Loading... adinparadise 7 Aug 2012 Reply Perfect photos for the theme. I’ve just made banana walnut muffins, so your post made me smile. 🙂 Loading... fotograffer 7 Aug 2012 Reply Sounds yummy. I may drop by for breakfast:) Loading... adinparadise 7 Aug 2012 Reply 🙂 Loading... Anna Marie 7 Aug 2012 Reply I was astounded the first time I saw a banana stalk and the flower – Incredibly, despite eating bananas my whole life, I only learned how they grow during a recent visit to Costa Rica. Loading... fotograffer 7 Aug 2012 Reply Yes, isn’t it amazing how much all of us don’t understand or take for granted. These photos are of trees growing in my garden; otherwise I would be clueless. Thank you for your visit and comment. Loading... hellboy2503 8 Aug 2012 Reply Great photos Loading... fotograffer 8 Aug 2012 Reply Thank you and thanks for visiting. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.