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Mamón Chino | by MarioMelendez
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Mamón Chino

Mamón Chino, a fruit also known as Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum). The red part is a shell, similar in thickness to an orange peel. It splits in half when you press the center, and reveals a white, jelly-like inside, with a brown pit. It tastes tart, kind of like one of those fruit skittles.


SB600 from top, at 1/2 power. Shot in a strobist lunch box, lined with typing paper, same technique as the cake photos for Bootcamp II.


Same reflector as in the Jocote photo: a chromed salad spoon, camera right.

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Taken on August 15, 2009