Any fruit is first a flower.
Starting from this reality I thought it was interesting to start a photography project entitled “From flowers to fruits and seeds”.
If you missed the previous posts in this project, click on:
Horse-chestnut is a large tree, growing to about 39 meters. The flowers are usually white with a yellow to pink blotch at the base of the petals. Its fruit is a capsule, covered with a greenish shell, of relatively small size. It contains one (rarely two or three) nut-like seeds called conkers or horse-chestnuts. Each conker is 2–4 cm in diameter, glossy nut-brown with a whitish scar at the base.
Wich one do you like?