Another rainy day today. Fortunately, there were a few breaks so I was able to go out into the backyard with my macro once again. Our ground cherries are still producing so I picked up a few while I was wandering. I liked this one because the part of the paper-like cover has disintegrated so we can see the cherry inside.
I had never tasted ground cherries until I moved to Quebec. They're sweet, juicy and have tiny little seeds. They grow on a tomato like plant. The reason they call them ground cherries is that they fall to the ground when they are ripe.