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Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Large Sunflowers In Cameron Highlands

This post is the continuation of our recent Cameron Highland trip. After we have checked out from the apartment, we made a last stop at the "Last Stop" garden before we proceed to drive all the way down to the lowland. There were many big sunflowers to welcome us. Sunflowers in front of the garden and sunflowers inside the garden. The sunflowers were really big!
Just look at this sunflower!
These sunflowers really brighten up the day!
A friend placed his hand to show the size of the sunflower.
More sunflowers inside the garden.
This extra large sunflower is really big and tall!
Giant sunflower! I haven't seen such big sunflowers!
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More photos from Cameraon Highlands.
Resting place in the Orchid & Rose Garden.

For sweet memories.
New apartment blocks in Cameron Highlands.
More development going on.
Cottony clouds over the Orchid & Rose garden.
Thank God for smooth and safe journey all the back to the lowland.
A welcoming sight!
Safely home in Ipoh. Home, sweet home!

Linking to Floral Bliss

Christ also suffered.

He died once for the sins of all us guilty sinners

although he himself was innocent of any sin at any time,

that he might bring us safely home to God.

But though his body died, his spirit lived on...

(1 Peter 3:18, The Living Bible-TLB)


42 comments:

  1. LOL at the size of the big sunflower! Wahaha, so big!

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    1. Yes Libby, I was so excited over the size of the sunflower! So tempted to want to grow sunflower again!

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  2. Sunflowers are huge all right!

    Construction of new buildings never seem to stop in Camerons.

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    1. Thank you, Stacy! Camerons is over development and not so cold now.

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  3. I LOVE sunflowers, and these are huge! Well, the bigger, the better. What is this cute snowman face made from?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! I am not sure, possibly with concrete, just a guess.

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  4. That is one huge sunflower! The one I seen not that big.

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  5. The sunflowers are so big and beautiful and I love to eat sunflower seeds too.

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  6. Those sunflowers are huge! The birds will have a feast if the flower heads are left to dry. The photos of everyone in the fun area and the rose and orchid resting place looks a nice place to sit. I'm glad you had a good trip and smooth journey home afterwards.

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    1. Thank you, dear! It was a wonderful holiday!

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  7. The sunflowers are huge! They are very cheery flowers.

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    1. Thank you, Phong Hong! They are so bright and cheery!

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  8. Sunflowers are always so cheerful looking. As much fun as it is to travel, home is where the heart is.

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    1. You are right, Mimi! Home is still the best!

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  10. That sunflower is really huge! For birds a lot to eat!

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    1. Thank you, Riitta! I am sure the birds are waiting impatiently!

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  11. Sunflowers are such a cheerful sight. Here they tend to be at their peak in August, though this year they seemed to hang on for quite awhile.

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    1. Thank you, William. I have seen oversea sunflower fields and they are so breathtaking!

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  12. Me alegra que todo saliera bien. Los girasoles son preciosos. Besitos.

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  13. That is one huge sunflower. Wow.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  14. Wow!! the sunflowers are gigantic..

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  15. Lindo e grande o girassol. Feliz semana.

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  16. The sunflower is really big, yet to see so big sunflower...

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    1. Thank you, Sharon! I should haven taken a selfie with the sunflower!

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  17. I love the sunflowers, they are so photogenic! And I love that giant mushroom.

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    1. Thank you, Rose! I regretted I didn't take a selfie with the sunflower for remembrance! Not often we get to see such huge sunflowers!

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