Handful of Autumn Fruit #1


Thursday 02 October, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Late September, early October, and the winter fruit season is marching ever closer, whilst some other summer fruits are still hanging around (literally).
This series presents a variety of images on the theme of “Handful of Autumn Fruit”… featuring the paws of Uncle Spike.


No 1. Winter Lemons (crop matures end October)


Large ‘yellow’ lemons



Small ‘orange’ lemons



8 thoughts on “Handful of Autumn Fruit #1

  1. Spike: what do those little orange lemons taste like in comparison to the yellow ones?

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  2. janegundogan says:

    Our lemon trees are looking pretty promising. I’m a bit excited. I’ve always begrudged buying lemons (even back in Oz). As a kid we always had lemon trees growing in our garden and always had an abundance of lemons when needed. Here – we seriously go through a kilo every two days!

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  3. fredrieka says:

    one of momwithoutpaws favorite fruit flavors. Lime.. even in her beer 😀

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