Or the least worst of the bunch. Drawing bananas is one thing but drawing them foreshortened is tricky. I found myself triangulating the black flower scars, as if I was looking for the pattern of a constellation. The repeated curves are more difficult to relate to each other.
I turned them around and tried an easier angle.
The banana is, botanically speaking, a berry, as is the kiwi fruit. The onion is a bulb.
I got a chance to draw an old cherry and a Ficus benjamina (an artificial office plant version) on my travels recently.
There are now only three double-page spreads to go in my old sketchbook, then I can make a fresh start for the spring!