Tuesday, March 15, 2011

"Flower pyramid"


Aside from the heart arches that I have featured in a blogpost called "pathway of love" and my blogger friend from Netherlands Filip Demuinck called "tunnel of love", this triangle-shaped flower feature is one of the newest additions at Al Ain Paradise. Visit the place before all these flowers get withered because of the summer heat.

It's good to be back in the world of blogging! Apologies for not visiting your blogs these past few days. I was quite busy and 'till this very moment, I am still trying to recollect myself because of all the hurdles of this paradigm that I called life. 

On another poignant note, I know that all of you are aware of what had happened in Japan. My prayers are with those of the victims of the earthquake and Tsunami.

Be good and be safe everyone! 

9 comments:

  1. Marghab, Missy dear sweet girl. Welcome back to blogger. It's good to see you again. Yes, we pray for the terrible disaster and aftermath in Japan. Bless you and keep well. Jo

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  2. We are still blessed to be able to blog, no matter limited, amidst having to attend to many things :-)

    The picture makes me want to visit the flowers pyramid and see how the roots get to the soil.

    May these flowers grow in abundance in Japan to ease the Japanese people's sufferings.

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  3. i gather that's made of fresh flowers and if so how often do they replace the flowers?

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  4. hi missy, i'm missing my daily blog too! ^0^
    such is life i think and i just don't have time to take fotos lately, hay. ^0^
    i hope you're doing okay despite your hectic schedule and nice to see fresh flowers like these.
    that must've been painstakingly done. ^0^

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  5. Wow! I have never seen such clear dusk skies! Walang ganyan dito sa atin! Laging maclouds hehehe

    I was really delighted when I saw your comment on my Cavite Daily Photo!

    More Power to you Misalyn! God Bless you!

    Steven^^

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  6. @Photo Cache,
    Yes, those are fresh flowers. The flower pyramid is a new addition to Al Ain Paradise's landscape. I guess I need to check out how frequent they change the flowers.

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  7. Such a fantastic, beautiful flower pyramid! Sending you a cyber hug for this challenging time!
    Kind regards from EAGAN daily photo

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  8. The place must have the sweet scent of the flowers. Its shaped like a Christmas tree.

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