This is my entry for the daily #monomad challenge
Yesterday while looking for mushrooms in the cacao garden area I was amazed by the many cacao plant flowers. Yeah, indeed, after a long dry season and occasional rains started to fall, some plants became fertile again and began to flower again, including cocoa plants.
Kakau itself is not native to Indonesia or Southeast Asia in general, but cocoa plants can thrive here. Because the fruit from the cocoa plant has a fairly high selling value, farmers in Indonesia are busy planting cocoa. And of course everyone in this world must have tasted delicious food made from processed cocoa fruit, namely chocolate.
That's why I became interested in photographing cocoa flowers yesterday. Besides cocoa pods having economic value, it turns out that cocoa flowers are also quite beautiful. As seen in some of the photos I have uploaded below.
|Camera||Realme 3 Pro + Macro Lens|
|Category||Black & White Photography|
|Location||Tanah Luas, Indonesia|