Eating the fruit of a Pacay tree.

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Pacay trees grow in the warm coast in Perú. Pacay, also known as guaba or guamo is a legume, a relative of green beans, snap peas, alfalfa, lentils, and peanuts etc. Being in this family, it bears an unusual fruit for a tree that resembles a giant bean pod, with a sweet, refreshing, cotton like edible fiber on the inside.

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Comments (11)

Nacho pehinucu on June 5, 2012

La serie de fotos es realmente hermosa, has retratado con una gran sensibilidad.


Eva Lewitus on June 5, 2012

Gracias Nacho,
Saludos desde Lima, Eva

Erol Barutçugil on June 9, 2012

Striking composition.You're a skilled photographer and all of your B&W photos are full of sense, very creative and fascinating.I Liked all of them. Greetings.Erol

Eva Lewitus on June 9, 2012

Thank you so much, Erol for all you lovely comments to my photos.

Cacus Krupka on January 1, 2014

Great photography, Henri Cartier-Bresson would be happy! L! Greetings from Poland, Marcin

Eva Lewitus on January 1, 2014

Thank you so much,Marcin, Ah, that´s too much of an honor... but I do admire him.

Cacus Krupka on January 2, 2014

Eva, please not be so modest! Your gallery is really great and you should issue an album with your photographs. I have added you to my favorite photographers. Yours Marcin

Eva Lewitus on January 2, 2014

Marcin, thank you. I need a manager! I am glad you added me to your favourites.

Cacus Krupka on January 2, 2014

I like your old pictures (contemporary too, of course), because not many people show such pictures on Panoramio. I have plenty of old photographs made by father in 1950s and 1960s, need to scan them and show too. Some are scanned, please look to my folder 1956 Wroclaw and 1957 Tatry. All made by father Witold.

Eva Lewitus on January 2, 2014

I am glad you like my old photos. I have a very good scanner and like working with it, but I have soooo many and not enough time to scan them all. I have soooo many and not enough time to scan them all. And now I hardly take any bl&w photos which is a pity

Eva Lewitus on January 2, 2014

I´ve just looked at your father´s photos... Just great! You also did a good job! Thanks!

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