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Sunday Tet Flowers

Happy Lunar New Year! These flowers are the icons of Tet - which is what we call New Year in Vietnam. This time of year is the most festive and friendly moments of the whole year. I am happy to see some of the tradition reoccurring in the US today, especially around areas where there are a lot of Vietnamese. Just like anything though, if it's good, people know about it and guess what happens? Too crowed, too chaotic, and that leaves me out. As I age, I am not so much for crowds and traffic- I find other ways to enjoy from afar, like looking at the photos below. A symbolic of Tet and my feelings at the moment I saw them. Have a wonderful day!





Thank you and have a wonderful Lunar New Year!
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17 comments :

  1. Those are beautiful!! Nice color there.

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  2. Gorgeous flowers, so vibrant in colors and blooms!

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  3. Stunning pictures and flowers!!
    Thank you for sharing,
    Gisela

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  4. Amanda: A beautiful and powerful remembrance with this flower.

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  5. Happy New Year, and Happy Valentine's Day!

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  6. Very beautiful flowers, have a great New Year and Valentines day!

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  7. Happy New Years and Valentine's day. Those flowers look so perfect.

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  8. Amanda,

    All you do is use Random.org to select the random numbers for you! :)

    I had 168 entries so you type 1 to 168 and press the button! That's how it's done!

    Hope this helps..

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  9. Breathtakingly gorgeous!!
    Have a great week!
    *hugs*deb

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  10. Stunning flowers, perfect for New Years, have a happy one!

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  11. These are simply lovely. I've seen them before but did not know their names. Have a wonderful New Year with many blessings and happiness.

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  12. Are you Chinese?? I am 1/2 Chinese!!

    Happy New Year! I wish you much good fortune, the best of good luck, perfect health, prosperity, to you and your loved ones!

    ~C

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  13. What a great resource!

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  14. Charity, I am Vietnamese though we share the same New Year. And thank you for your wishes! I devoured those wishes as if it's raining on me already. Thank you everyone and Anonymous for leaving a nice comment for me.

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  15. Happy New Year - beautiful pictures and flowers, Amanda. I'm with you, I never have liked crowds, even in my youth. As a young student nurse in New Orleans, I only went to Mardi Gras once...choosing, instead, to work the others. Nothing scares me more than a drunken crowd!!

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