a green thing

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    Cool green thing! Is this a fruit or nut or what? I say Id eat what was inside it if I were starving.
     
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    I think its some kind of weed. The plant was about 3 feet high..
    I would not eat it.
     
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    That's interesting bokeh in the background... I say it adds to the atmosphere.

    The first word that came to my mind was "jackfruit" followed by "durian." Although I don't think it is a fruit at all, just a very well protected seed, although you shouldn't take my word for it. Flora is not my forte.
     
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    its a milkweed plant, ithink.
     
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    That's exactly what it is. Tons of them around here in the summer. Nice shot, I love the bokeh. I get the same bokeh on my 14-24mm.
     

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