Taipei flowers

it seems so special..


love the golden color..


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  1. Yay! I am the first one today! :)

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  2. The flowers are really unique. It is like...flowers in flower. LOL :D

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  3. i love the color of that orange flower.. unique!

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  4. saw before but didnt know the name :p

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  5. Quite a vibrant statement...

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  6. Looks quite unique....first time seeing this type of flowers

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  7. Thanks for adding a little more color to my life

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  8. These are two very lovely photos and I love the color of these flowers. Thanks for sharing them.

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  9. Very lovely! We've got these in Hawaii, but I can't remember the name.

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  10. Love the golden colour. Great captures

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  11. could these be hydrangea? whatever they are called, they are lovely indeed!

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  12. I missed the International Floral Exhibition which is being held at the moment...

    Taipeh has great potentials in flower export trade...

    Love your pictures.

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  13. These are the Lantana Flowers, quiet pretty. Some have dual colours in them.

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  14. Beautiful Lantana flower pictures!!
    - Cheers Gisela.
    Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made
    and forgot to put a soul to.
    (Henry Ward Beckford)

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  15. Beautiful huh. Love the golden colour :D.

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  16. Wenn: I have seen these in gardens and they are beautiful blooms.

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  17. Yes, these are pretty little lantana flowers that grows wild in the countryside here. They are usually in shaeds of yellow and pink. Local people call it 'bunga tahi ayam' because of its scent.

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  19. Lantana flowers are actually quite nice. Am thinking of growing them outside my house by the roadside.

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  20. This bouquet lets me feel an easy heart.

    From the Far East.
    Best regards.
    ruma

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  21. this is the taipei national flower?

    nice!

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  22. http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/05/03/jingles-may-awards-week-1-awards-4-u-all/

    Happy May!

    I could not find you ever since last time...Best wishes!

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  23. those flowers are quite common in asian countries

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  24. gorgeous! i wanna go taiwaaaaaaaaan!

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