Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Bloomin in Cairo

















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32 comments:

  1. What gorgeous blooms! What is that fruit? You live in Cairo?! Nice.

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  2. All right, I need to go to Cairo now! What lusciousness so early.

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  3. beautiful:)thanks for stopping by my blog this morning!

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  4. So beautiful!! I hope you're doing well!! Happy ICLW!! BTW, still waiting on your story and awesome Cairo pics! ;-)

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  5. Fabulous! Love the hibiscus and roses!

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  6. Jealous!!! Those are all so gorgeous, can't wait for some blooms here in Chicago, sadly I think we're still a month or so out!!

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  7. BEAUTIFUL shots. What breathtaking color. Thanks for sharing and happy WW!

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  8. Lovely fruits and flowers! Things here in Nashville are in bloom too and I just love it!

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  9. You know, when I think of Cairo, I don't think of flowers. How my perception has been changed! Simply lovely photos - what vibrant colors!
    Happy ICLW!
    ~Miriam (ICLW #22)

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  10. So beautiful. So many of my favorite flowers! Thanks for brightening my day!

    ICLW
    http://daega99-arewethereyet.blogspot.com/

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  11. Beautiful pictures! I'm waiting for spring to finally get things blooming here in Chicago.

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  12. Beautiful! I can't wait to have flowers blooming here!

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  13. wow :) lovely photos, are these mangoes?

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  14. Beautiful flowers ! Happy ICLW to you too.

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  15. Thanks for commenting on my blog today! You have certainly given me some more hope! Twins after 12 years of TTC, wow! May you have a healthy uneventful pregnancy and 2 healthy babies in October!

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  16. Is that last one Bougainvillea? Beautiful! I love the spring blooms...stunning.

    Happy ICLW!

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  17. Great photos. Great blog, can't wait to read more. I'm your newest follower from IComLeavWe.

    -K
    http://mypottyseat.blogspot.com/

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  18. Beautiful pics! I was in Cairo in July 1991. It was hot. Exotic, mysterious, historical, and hot. Did I mention it was hot?

    Anyway, thanks for your comments and encouragement on my blog. I am trying to psych myself into another IVF cycle. I hope the second is easier, as I know what to expect this time.

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  19. Beautiful pics :-).
    Happy ICLW!

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  20. I love tropical blooms ... nice photos!

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  21. Pretty photos! We're still on cherry blossoms and tulips in Chicago. (See my blog for pix.)

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  22. I hope all stays well with you and your twins! I love your header too :)!

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  23. That's one gorgeous garden, I envy you a tiny bit for it. ;)
    The fruits look delicious!
    Cheers from sunny (hence way too hot) Sinai ;)

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  24. thanks for leaving a message on my blog! It truly made my day! I am glad I found your blog.. I am intrigued.. you live in Cairo! I need to read back on your blog!!You have a new follower in me!! Congrats on the twins!!!

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  25. The bougainvillea's in full bloom here in Israel too - isn't it gorgeous?

    I just saw that you got your BFP! Congratulations and my very best wishes for a happy, healthy, uneventful 9 months!!

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  26. This could be photos from my own back yard - minus the fruit - but we have identical flowers. Cool.

    I'm trying to catch up on my wonderful visitors from Wednesday. I thank you for dropping by and leaving such a kind comment. It's always so much appreciated.

    Thanks, and do come again sometime soon.

    Hope your day has been treating you well so far!!

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  27. Beautiful pictures - I love the flowers - makes me excited for when things really start blooming over here!

    ICLW #119
    http://lovelyladybump.blogspot.com/

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  28. I LOVE the fruit pics! Nothing beats fresh fruit.

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  29. The blue flower (third down) looks a lot like the Texas bluebonnet...I wonder if they're related?

    Gorgeous pics--and thanks for stopping by.
    ICLW

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  30. What is it about the blooming flowers that gives you such a sense of fulfillment and excitement? I can't explain it, but I absolutely love the feeling! Gorgeous pics!!

    Happy ICLW

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  31. Are those mangoes? Beautiful, delicious, and wonderful blooms!

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