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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Wordless Wednesday: the lines


















~bangchik
Putrajaya Malaysia

13 comments:

  1. That is a line worth waiting for. The crimson edge is so graceful.
    Rosey

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  2. Beautiful lines -the third one with the red is so pretty.
    vickie

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  3. Love the idea of using these 'lines' for Wordless Wednesday! That touch of colour against the green...gorgeous!

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  4. oh my gosh, what a gorgeous leaf! I love the red edge!

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  5. Beautiful foliage! All so healthy and green too. Very nice shots as well...

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  6. I really like these pictures and the crisp green colors.

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  7. Beautiful leaf. I really like the red edge.


    Gunilla

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  8. Gorgeous photos!

    bilbo is in New Mexico! I really want him to come to MALAYSIA!!!! Please leave a comment on Briana (current host) post about Bilbo. You can click on either of the photos on my Bilbo post to link to her. Leave a comment on any of her posts on Bilbo, and she will draw names! There are so many places I want him to visit....and you are definitely one of them!

    http://northmobilegardensociety.blogspot.com/2009/10/where-in-world-is-bilbo-albuquerque-new.html

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  9. Thanks every one .... Leaves, flowers and stems are part of plants. It would probably be fair to include leaves in the array of beauties which customarily belongs to flowers. Even ugly looking, peeling and painful looking barks are beautiful in their own way. In fact barks would probably be the first people should look at in thick forest for identification before looking up and recognise the branches and foliages....

    I love them all....

    ~bangchik

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