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Monday, 17 October 2011

Flowers and its langauge



The language of flowers, sometimes called floriography, was a Victorian-era means of communication in which various flowers and floral arrangements were used to send coded messages, allowing individuals to express feelings which otherwise could not be spoken. This language was most commonly communicated through Tussie-Mussies, an art which has a following today

A few clicks from the florist at Bangalore, near Forum.









10 comments:

  1. what is that red ring like thing in the 2nd one?
    I like macros a lot!

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  2. I absolutely looooved the first click.
    These clicks have intricately captured the delicate beauty of these flowers.

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  3. @Vijay : the flowers kept in a plastic brown pot shaped thing.. Thats the ring around them :) Thanks da.. I too love macros.. but its difficult.. am trying to learn and improvise :)

    @BB : Arey Chints.. No issues.. agli baar publish karne se phele aapko heads up doonga.. *secret between us* Am glad you liked all of them :)

    @RED : Hey thanks da.. I had more.. just uploading the 3 i liked of all :)

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  4. daiii u r getting better at it day by day!!! I am simblyyy loving it! :D

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  5. @Akila : thenksss da...!! These were pretty old photos.. Transferring them from my old blog... I used post randomly... This time very carefully selecting :)

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  6. u r amazin' man!! loved each one of 'em...post sum more!!

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  7. The second pictures is MINDBLOWNG. Can I use it as a wallpaper? Pretty pease?

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  8. @Chikki :) thanks a lot chikki.. Your comments surely make it hard for me to keep my feet on the ground :) sure I will post a few more.. keep looking :)

    @PeeVee : hahahhahahahaha.. sure.. why not..?? :) I would be happy :) Thanks for the feedback :)

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