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Food Photography: fresh fruits of the subtropics

Food Photography: fresh fruits of the subtropics

November 2019 · 2 min read · Azores

Hi there my Steemian friends and followers!

As you might know from my yesterday´s post, I have just relocated to another winter getaway and to me, one of the important benefits of living in the tropics or subtropics is the supply of fresh exotic fruits.

We haven´t got to visit a proper fruit market here in the Azores yet so I cannot really tell you much about what these islands have to offer in terms of local crops but we have already done some basic grocery shopping in a nearby town´s supermarket so let me show you what fruits we got :)


If you are not a big fan of exotic fruits, let me tell you what these guys are. There are miniature, super sweet bananas grown in the Vila Franca region (similar to the Lady Fingers cultivar in size and taste), there are two large red mangoes, one beautiful pomegranate (on the right), one lemon and the orange thing on the left is a persimmon.

Obviously, the variety of fruits is not as wide here as it is, for example, in the Caribbean where we lived before and the prices are not as impressive either (I will never forget those incredibly sweet and juicy Mexican mangoes and pineapples for just some 50 cents/kilo) but I am still looking forward to integrating loads of fresh exotic fruits in my diet here :)

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How about you, my Steemian fellows? Do you like tropical and subtropical fruits? What is your favorite? Let me know in the comment section below ;)

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