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PhotoHunt: Artificial

Giudecca

Many of the street shrines in Venice have artificial flowers. They are beautiful, and it's not always easy to tell if they are real or not.

Giudecca

Thanks for visiting and have a good weekend.

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Mar:

Fresh or artificial: those flowers look beautiful! and a lovely shrine too.

Beautiful shots from Venice. I used to hate artificial flowers but anymore I can't tell the difference. These are quite lovely.

These are beautiful. It is difficult sometimes to tell real ones from the fake ones. Happy weekend and photo hunting :)

whether fake or real, the flowers add a nice touch to the shrine.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, lovely bouquet of flowers and they go so well with the Shrine and colorful surroundings. They look so real.

Your photos are beautiful. Great choice for this week's theme. Have a wonderful weekend!

YTSL:

Beautiful. It sure would be delightful to turn round a corner and catch sight of this display... :)

sandrac:

Good point; sometimes, it is hard to tell! Artificial or not, I suppose the fact someone put effort into providing flowers shows real dedication.

I suppose it is quite expensive to maintain fresh flowers, if the4y change it once a week, that is 52 times a year.

In where I grew up, the nuns grew their own orchids.

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