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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Oh No! Poor snails ... A yummy dish, but not for me! Shocked
Well, snails are quite safe here! Wink It was only such kind of living nature composition (i.e. joke)... Smile I don't eat snails. Wink
YONG wrote:
Hehe, the flowers are very special. Very nice photo. Razz
It's very common species of flowers here (Lupin; Polish name "Łubin"). Smile

BTW, what are these wonderful multicolor flowers on the first of your last photos?
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
what are these wonderful multicolor flowers on the first of your last photos?
I don't know. They were the flowers of some grass-like, wild plants on the roadside. They were quite small but really beautiful! Razz
Post 30 Jul 2009, 13:00
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
what are these wonderful multicolor flowers on the first of your last photos?
I don't know. They were the flowers of some grass-like, wild plants on the roadside. They were quite small but really beautiful! Razz
OK. Smile

Here you have a plant with flowers looking like "snow balls" (it's literary translation of its French name) Wink :


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wow! Very Happy
Post 30 Jul 2009, 13:26
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YONG



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Snow balls ... very beautiful!

Here you have purple snow balls. Wink


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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Here you have purple snow balls. Wink
Hehe, right, quite similar in shape. Smile


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YONG



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The blueish-purple flowers are quite catchy. It's a pity that the quality (especially the contrast) is not very good as the photo was taken by a handset's camera. If the background were brighter, the flowers would stand out much more. Wink
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YONG wrote:
It's a pity that the quality (especially the contrast) is not very good as the photo was taken by a handset's camera. If the background were brighter, the flowers would stand out much more. Wink
Agree. Smile
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bogdanontanu wrote:
I would quote George Carlin:

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"Stop thinking about "saving the planet" Earth.
The Planet is doing just fine... the humans are fu**ed! badly... but the planet will survive."
Replace "the planet" with "the planet's ability to sustain life". Wink
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Another three ...


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Post 31 Jul 2009, 09:23
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MHajduk



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Beautiful oriental flowers. Smile
Post 31 Jul 2009, 10:28
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Three photos made by me today. Smile


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YONG



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Nice photos. The teasels are unique! Razz


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Your photos are superb, as always. Very Happy

I guess that the flower which we can see on the second photo is lotus, right? Smile I saw it only on the characteristic buddhist pictures.
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
I guess that the flower which we can see on the second photo is lotus, right? Smile I saw it only on the characteristic buddhist pictures.
Yeah! Wink
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Image

From the site:
This picture was taken on the banks of Sumatra Island (the height of waves was of approx. 32 m = 105 ft).

It was found saved in a digital camera, 1½ years after the disaster.

We cannot know for sure, but very likely the one who took the picture is not alive any more (it was just a matter of seconds).

Today we can see the last image he/she saw before ending life on Earth!
What do you hope will be the last thing you see before dying?
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revolution wrote:
What do you hope will be the last thing you see before dying?
I don't know. But I hope it will NOT be hatred.

May I dedicate the following photo to the person who took that tsunami picture? I'm sure that his/her soul has been reborn into this beautiful white flower. Wink


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Another set of photos of beautiful flowers. Smile


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Post 17 Aug 2009, 09:54
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YONG



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Nice photos. To me, both Panther Lily and Rudbeckia are quite unique. Flowers similar to Phlox are very common here in HK. Wink


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Fruits of Physalis alkekengi ripening in my garden. Similarity to the Chinese lanterns should be easily noticeable. Wink


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