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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Glamour Hydrangea. My Picture Of The Day


I am linking this post to Wordless Wednesday. Without words, it's clear that I need perfume refill! I wish it could be free!
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22 comments:

  1. What an awesome glamour shot!! I love it! Very well conceived since I have no doubt that hydrangeas would be incredibly beautiful gals if they were human! Gorgeous blooms!!

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  2. Amazing picture!! You should try to sell it to Chanel lol. Incredible shade of blue. :)

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  3. now that is an incredible shot...I wish I could get my hydrangeas to turn that blue

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  4. Piękne i pomysłowe zdjęcie. Powinnaś reklamować te perfumy. Pozdrawiam

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  5. Glamours all the way. Stunning.

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  6. Wow, wow . . . wow! That is one fantastic picture. I love hydrangias. That color is like none I've seen before.

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  7. Great shot! The blue color is absolutely beautiful! Carla

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  8. the embodiment of WOW!

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  9. Wow gorgeous photo! Superb!

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  10. Are you going to send this to Chanel? I bet they'd love it!

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  11. Thank you everyone! I was going through my empty parfume bottles and hoped I could throw some of them away. Well, at the same time I needed a vase for hydrangea flowers. This is what a got! Now, I see that I need a new bottle of Chanel #5. I wouldn't mind if Chanel send me one!

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  12. This should be sent to Chanel, it's a great advertisement!

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  13. Thanks for sharing this beautiful picture on Wordless Wednesday. Hydrangeas are my favorite flowers and it's hard to beat the beautiful blue hues.

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  14. Fabulous! Who knew Hydrangeas smelled so sweet ;)

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  15. I absolutely love hydrangeas, maybe because they remind me of the south where I grew up. They are so worth growing in a garden.

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  16. Tatyana..one side of my house is planted about 8 mature nikko blue hydrangeas but they never turn out that blue..yours are so beautiful! Do you add anything to the soil around them to make them that shade of blue? There is a product that you can buy at your local nursery that you can sprinkle on the soil around them and decide if you want them to be blue or pink. The man that does our prunning for us, I'll have to get some of that stuff to make sure they turn really blue color like yours. He'll probably prune them this year. I can't remember when he does that, either in Fall or mid March.

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