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Saturday, 11 November 2017

Second Day In Cameron Highlands.

Since we have plenty of time to spare, we stopped at the Strawberry Farm to enjoy the flowers. This visit, we didn't buy any plants from there or eat any strawberry ice-cream. We just had coffee at Starbucks. We were there to enjoy the flowers and the cool air. 
Big clusters of Hydrangea.
Hydrangea
White Petunias
African or Gerbera Daisy
African or Gerbera Daisy
Bright and beautiful flowers. Don't know the id.
(Begonia flowers - thanks to Patricia for the id)
Are these Pink Peonies?
(Peonies or Azyleas flowers?)
No a very clear group photo.
Bird of Paradise
Translated into English -
"Actually, I have been standing here for a long time. But never mind, just be cool lah!"
From the Strawberry Farm, we could look down on the newly built apartments below.
More new apartments.
Little snow white
Houseflies and sparrows at the Strawberry Farm
Sparrows in flight. Can you spot an eye?

Linking to Saturday's Critters.

And God knows the number of hairs on your head!
Never fear, you are far more valuable to him
than a whole flock of sparrows.
(Luke 12:7, The Living Bible-TLB)

67 comments:

  1. They look a lot like our peonies which are also pink so I think you are right. Lovely set of photos. Enjoy the weekend Diane

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  2. Some wonderful, colourful flowers. Ours are pretty much done until the Spring. You've got some interesting critters this week.

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  3. Can't take off my eyes from those beautiful flowers..

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  4. Hello, I love the beautiful hydrangeas and the Gerbera daisies are a favorite of mine. Pretty shot of the group. I found the kitty, birds and that eye. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend! PS, thanks so much for your comment on my blog.

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  5. Great post! Lovely flowers!
    Happy weekend!:)

    xxBasia

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  6. Great post
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  7. I must confess that before your blog post I had not heard of the Cameron Highlands, but it looks like a wonderful place to visit.

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    1. Thank you, David! The Cameron Highlands were named after Sir William Cameron, a British surveyor who was commissioned by the then colonial government to map out the Pahang-Perak border area in 1885.

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  8. It's always fun to watch the birds that build nests in rafters of big buildings or outdoor venues.

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    1. At the time of the photos.....there were so many sparrow sitting on the rafters.

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  9. The flying sparrow looks like an eye?

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  10. The flowers are beautiful.

    I ate the ice cream bar.

    Yes, I saw the eye.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. Have a fabulous new week!

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  11. So many beautiful flowers

    I missed the trip when I visited Cameron Highlands in 2013

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    1. Thank you, Libby. Will you be visiting C.Highlands soon?

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  12. OH, yes! Maybe they ARE light pink Peonies. They are gorgeous!! Such a beautiful post today! None of the strawberry farms here have flowers like this.

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  13. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

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  14. Blessings.....
    Lovely flowers on your journey. I especially love the yellow African or Gerbera Daisy

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  15. Great post darling, So nice and interesting.
    You have amazing blog and I follow you!
    Hope you will visit my blog and maybe follow me.

    Have a nice day, all the best.
    Maleficent

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  16. I love hydrangea! Great colourful flowers and I adore that white cat!

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  17. Hydrangeas are so beautiful!!

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  18. Those flowers are just simply beautiful...we will be longing to see them before they appear here again.

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  19. Those flowers are enough to convince me to visit the place. Nice, colorful blooms!

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    1. Thank you, Lux! Do come visit Cameron Highlands for your holidays!

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  20. Lovely capture on flowers and the unknown flowers looks prettier! I ever seen so many such apartment buildings coming up on mountains and I don’t like buildings taking over natural scenes

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan. Actually, this place is over developed. We enjoyed the former days with less development.

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  21. Preciosas todas. Las que no conoces son, begonias y azaleas. También vi el ojo. Besitos.

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  22. Oh the flowers are so cute darling~
    xx

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  23. As usual very interesting, dear! Thanks a lot for sharing)

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  24. Lovely photos of the flowers.

    Ice-cream! I remember tasting strawberry ice-cream in the strawberry farm. Somehow it wasn't that cold to take.

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    1. We enjoy ice cream in Cameron Highland because it is not that cold now.

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  25. The "pink peonies" maybe are azaleas. Am no expert though.

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  26. The flowers are quite cheerful, but the little kitty cat is my favourite.

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  27. Beautiful flowers, Nancy. I will probably be taking a ton of photos!

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    1. I took too many. Having a hard time choosing which to post.

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