Friday, March 30, 2012

Saturday's PhotoHunting: Artificial


I took this photo of these Artificial (wooden) Tulips while visiting the Bloemenmarkt in Amsterdam in November 2010. Artificial, but still beautiful. :)

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12 comments:

  1. I love them! You really have to look closely to tell they are made of wood. Amazing colors too.

    Hope you have a great weekend!

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  2. Hi Annie, thanks so much for liking my photo. I love the colors too. And considering that they are wood I think they did a great job in making them look as real as possible. It would've been cool to see real ones though, but I guess I'll have to travel another month for that.

    Have a great weekend too!

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  3. They are beautiful. The look real to me. Happy Weekend.

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  4. Did you get yourself one (or more) of these tulips, Kathy? :b

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  5. I love artificial tulips, they last forever!

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  6. These are so pretty. It is hard to think these are wooden!!

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  7. Hi everyone, thanks so much for your comments. I appreciate them....

    Carver, :) they look so real to me too. Happy weekend to you too.

    YTSL, I wish that I had. I don't have a green thumb so these not only look beautiful they would be easy to take care of. :)

    Jama, I so agree! :)

    Gattina, yes they are made so well, they look so real. :)

    Sue,yes it's very hard to think that they are wooden. Most artificial flowers are silk so I found these really cool. I wish I would've brought some home with me. :)

    Have a wonderful weekend and see you all next week. :)

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  8. very cool find. i don't think i've come across wooden ones. they're beautiful and can be great decorations for any room.

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  9. Hi LifeRamblings, thanks so much for your comments. I think these tulips would liven up a room too.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. Give me the real tulips please.

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  11. Hi Ann, It would've been wonderful to have seen some real tulips as well. :)

    Thanks so much for stopping by and for your comments. Have a wonderful Sunday.

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