Cameron Highlands Tea Plantation, Malaysia

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Hydrangea Bouquets

While walking along the streets of Salzburg, I spotted these eye-catching hydrangea bouquets at a restaurant's patio. The hydrangea flowers are beautifully lifelike and they are so delicate that you'd be hard pressed to tell them from fresh flowers. I stood there for a long while to enjoy the charm of these beauties, they make me happy. :)


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38 comments:

  1. The bouquet made me happy just by looking at the photos too. Thanks for sharing, LR. :)

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  2. gorgeous! i imagine a bride holding this beautiful bouquet.:p

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  3. Hi, Thanks for visiting my blog. Come back anytime.

    Your hydrangeas are gorgeous.... We are in our Autumn season --so we don't see many beautiful blooms like that now... VERY pretty.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. they look real to me - a lovley mix of colour.
    JJ

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  5. They are amazingly realistic... I'll have to believe you when you say they aren't! L

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  6. Good morning LR, what a lovely Monday morning! :D

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  7. Oh I thought they were real too, how absolutely lovely! Love the colours too..

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  8. Thanks for brightening my Monday with these pretty pics, have a great one! :D

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  9. Really? They're not real?? They look like they are.. beautiful! Great shots! =)

    Please check out mine, too. I'd really appreciate it if you could also drop a comment. =)

    http://neneleah30.blogspot.com/2010/10/flowers-mellow-monday.html

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  10. G' Day From Australia, I didn't pick 'em for fakes, it's amazing what they can do these days. They look so real but without the perfume sadly.

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  11. I thought they are real? Such a big bouquet!

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  12. at first glance, i thought they were real as well! we were so easily fooled eh. :p

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  13. Just one word ~ Lovely! even though they always stay fresh 365 days. tQ

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  14. They are beautiful. The range of colours makes them even more realistic.

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  15. They are not real? Looks very pretty though.

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  16. What a lovely pictures, the colors are also beautiful.

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  17. Hydrangeas real or fake are lovely, especially the blue ones!

    Happy Blue Monday.

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  18. Lovely flowers!!Blue in all kind of shades are soo relaxing

    It is just like want to put my nose in to them and take a deep breath..just smelling theyr beauty!!

    Thanx for comment on my blog too..wish you a very happy week!!:))

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  19. Ohhh so beautiful!!! Brought back happy feelings of my childhood. I used to see many of these in our neighborhood when I was a little child then.

    Thanks for making my heart lighter today.

    blessings!

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  20. hiya LR! so beautiful..i oso thought they were real :)

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  21. Hello for Big Sur, California. Thanks for coming by Levonne's Pretty Pics and leaving a comment! Your blog is fun!

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  22. Great photos! Hydrangeas have always been a favorite flower of mine and the combination of colors in your shots are very delicate, just gorgeous!

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  23. Looks like they have no leaves at all, just flowers in dense. I like the mixed of colors, cool to my eyes.

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  24. Great photos - I love your blue hydrangea's. Happy Blue Monday.

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  25. This is unusual seeing Hydrangeas mixed like this. Certainly made for a beautiful feature for today.

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  26. So are they real or not?

    When I moved to this house, I pruned them and store them in plastic bags, but I didn't use them as dried flowers like the florist do.

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  27. I buy hydrangea during Chinese New Year. Pink and purple. They are lovely:)

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  28. Those flowers always remind me of bouquet, round like a bridal bouquet.

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  29. Beautiful! Makes me happy looking at them too!

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