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Florist In Mumbai

florist in mumbai

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  • Mumbai (; ?????, ', ), also known as Bombay''' , is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India, and the most populous city in the world, with a population of approximately 14 million.

  • Mumbai is a upcoming Bollywood Terrorist movie directed and produced by Deepak S. Shivdasani. The film stars Shahid Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Kareena Kapoor in the film. It also stars Celina Jaitley. The film is being filmed so it will be released in late 2010.

  • a city in western India just off the coast of the Arabian Sea; India's 2nd largest city (after Calcutta); has the only natural deep-water harbor in western India

A Marriage And No Funerals- to Yorrik

A Marriage And No Funerals- to Yorrik

A Marriage And No Funerals- to Yorrik Introduction posted at Buzznet
I am mostly at Flicks editing my old stuff that I saved on my Homesite, when I deleted 11000 Blogs in a single night, I was scared as the guys misguided hardliners wanted to harm me and my family .This is cybernetic Hate .Whatever I am today I owe to my friends here at Buzznet, these posts are to show you we dont change our inherent values , our respect for friends without whom we would have aborted this journey .I dont want to ingratiate myself , I am happy in my own singular world , my world of imaginary one sided love , my world of pictures my world of poetry ... without you guys it would have remained unclaimed as Blog.






Message from Yorrik to me .

Thank you buddy!!! Your name will remain on my friends list for the rest of time I am almost sure of this....I hope all the nasty behavour that went down on Sydney beaches and got sent around the worlds media chains didn'y put you off Australians my dear Firoze...that was the behavour of thugs and both sides of that argument were guilty of thuggery....not all Aussies are that narrow minded and my friends from Muslim communities are all equaly disgusted in the representation of their culture....silly bloody hooligans, I would much prefer to have the whole world share the beach with me and we could all call it ours not mine or yours...that would be nice missed my Buzz over the last month......looks like I got back just in time...always good to see your colors Firoze, see you some more very soon...all the best :yorrik


Hi Yorrik you are indeed my best friend, forgive me for making your message public ,I did not know much about cut and paste I learnt when Time calligraphed on my designer ass the hallowed words Made in India..Export Quality suitable for human consumption..shelf life in USA..unpredictable.
I keep falling in love in America or what I think is America and American love is more unpredictable than the change of weather on my weather beaten ass... this is not in reference to your fairy story.

My fairy story has fairies and Queeries

I am a married man who keeps falling in love as love is unmarried.. when love gets married thats when they start playing the entire philaramonic brouhaha on the ass.
And I was a whisker away getting married on line.... Alji had consented to give away the bride..
Alji is astrologically superior and highly auspicious, the Nikah would have been beautifully recited in Welsh language..Marc Steve and Anthony..were ever supportive had chosen Arizona as the place for celebrations, chief guests were Biz Stoned and Brand and Stoned.
Google Earth had promised to foot the entire bill and Azzie was going to take charge as event manage, .for this matrimonial do.
And Bill Gates Microsoft head honcho might come to taste the Biryani... he has good taste.

The security arrangements incase someone kidnapped the bride was handed over to Buzznets most qualified encounter specialist,MrJonnie the Boy from Brazil ,,playboy encounterist offline and cops children that work their ass off on the streets have kids looking Jonnie faced is coincidental to the nature of the job.

Tom Do you like it has desired to shoot Fulsome photos of the nude couple when they are thrown in a tub of vinegar laced with aniseed..hemlocked for ever in Buzznet Matrimony.

Scarletlark and Epiphany in charge of guests and pests

The flower arrangement is being looked over by my best pal Funksteena she has used the services of celebrity florists Deflowered Dead Maidenhead Florists..Salt Lake City Utah.. little Cosmos is dressed like me, shooting pictures on one leg.

Friar, Yorrik, and DreadHearing, are trying to calm the Middle Easterners who have gate crashed here thinking it is free for all and a couple of bare chested Aussies have been properly bruised battered by Velvet Paws, Little Nova has hammered an unruly red and white scarved rag head... the ambience is of Bondi beach,, thank you Azzie for a topical Bondi beach theme...

And my sweet little kid sister always getting lost in a crowd, she is my Csorba and they dont make sisters like this any more , she had once told me to give her away in marriage and I am an emotional dwarf I cry and am crying now too..thank you Csorba may you get your dream man.. his dreams too.

And my sweetest sweetheart of a friend..I kept hidden like a trump card Schvety betty,.. all I can say in the words of Fontaine is' Friendship is the shadow of the evening, which strengtens with the setting sun of life.'Thanks Betty and my liitle angel Lydia and Betty I am a lousy match maker..even when it comes to rematches.

Ribstealer in chage of the bar, banners of her new book,drinks free, pay hard cash for t

HIJRAS AT HAJI MALANG 2010 Dedicated to Laxmi Narayan Tripathi My Hijra Guru

HIJRAS AT HAJI MALANG 2010 Dedicated to Laxmi Narayan Tripathi My Hijra Guru

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This is my new set at Flickr.com that I begin today, and this set Hijras at Haji Malang 2010 is dedicated to my Hjra Guru Laxmi Narayan the uncrowned Queen of the Hijras at Haji Malang..nobody can touch her for her dignity her grace and the way she carries herself..

This was the first time I climbed the Haji Malang Shrine a very rough terrain , barefeet and I came down barefeet too..

These are pictures shot of her Jashn a Mehfil of Hijra Nights of passion dance and delight, first I shot it in dim light as Hijra Gurus hate flash that disturbs their dance rhythm..I have shat a 14 GB card in two days I floated between the Hijras and the body piercing Rafaees and the Malangs of Haji Malang..

This is also a tribute to my well wishers friends Kumar and Abhijeet Ketkar who are my host and dont charge me a cent for lodging and boarding , they are the Hindu Khadims of Haji Malang and Sakib my florist friend from Mahim..who made this trip possible.

The person in the foreground is a rare Hijra beauty called Khushi she is different from the Khushi ..I shot last year with Kamni Hijra of Delhi at the same venue..

So I shall call this Khushi , Khushi from Mumbai , she was the toast of the mountains and the young studs that came to watch her blew a bomb showering a lot of money on her and another trans gender called Kareena Hijra...a very rare hijra beauty too..

Khushis dance will put any Bollywood choreographer to shame I can say this without hesitation , she is a born dancer , born with trinkets to match her dainty feet and has a nubile and sexy body to match..you will never know she is a hijra unless someone tells you.. she could easily be a top fashion ramp model.. she is quiet , not loud , reticent and she has the male bastion of hijra lovers by their balls.. she knows it and I know it too ..

florist in mumbai

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How Long To Press Flowers

how long to press flowers

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  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

  • (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

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how long to press flowers - A Contemplation

A Contemplation Upon Flowers: Garden Plants in Myth and Literature

A Contemplation Upon Flowers: Garden Plants in Myth and Literature

This is a perfect bedside book for the literate gardener and makes a terrific gardener's gift book. It is an entertaining survey of 80 plant genera, with a multitude of references to, and extracts from, myth and literature from Shakespeare to the Victorian language of flowers. Based on prodigious research, it includes much literature that has fallen into undeserved obscurity, as well as selections from the great poets. It is a delightful study of the influence of the world's flora on humanity, from the mundane to the mystical.

"The snowdrop, in purest white arraie,
First rears her hedde on Candlemas daie;"
From an early church calendar of English flowers, ca. 1500
As you pick up spade and shovel and head out into the garden, you might want to offer up a prayer for sunny days and rainy nights to one of the patron saints of gardening described by Bobby Ward in this fascinating compilation of horticultural wit and whimsy.
Have you ever wondered how flowers get their names, both common and scientific, or what Shakespeare or Milton had to say about roses or honeysuckle? Collected in this fat, satisfying volume are quotations from poetry, plays, and stories written by the ancient Greeks up through the Victorians that trace the rich history of the natural world as captured in myth and literature. Symbolism, traditional medicinal uses, and most of all lyrical tributes to favorite plants from acanthus to zinnia fill the pages of this book, to be read for sheer pleasure or dipped into for information about specific flowers. The book is easy to use compared to many such compilations, in part because it is arranged by type of plant, and because Ward has masterfully woven it all together with a blend of historical and botanical commentary for context.
You won't learn from this book how to plant a bulb or grow a tomato, but there are more than enough books on the practical matters of gardening. Rather, folk tales, myths, legends, and lore of the flowers, in the words of sages, saints, herbalists, and poets provide inspiration, humor, and fine reading. --Valerie Easton

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everything is an experiment.

everything is an experiment.

This is going to be long-winded, so bear with me!

Part one: I cook dinner every night. I love food, I love to cook. I have a new plan for every week's worth of cooking - one day should be a 'safe day,' something where I know what I'm doing, I know it'll turn out well, etc. One day should be an experimental day, something totally new, based on a theory or a concept that I have in mind. Could be failure, could be success (ex: last night's fried rice w/ tangerine and plantain. success!) Other days can fall anywhere in between.

Part two - I'd like to start applying this plan to my photography as well. I should always try to push myself toward something experimental and new, and I should also always try something a little safer, so I can slowly refine that as well. The failures of something 'safe' are far more minor than the failure of an experiment. The same goes for successes, except these minor successes are far more useful than the success of an experiment.

Part three: How can I apply that to my dabblings with Fade to Black film? I can't, really. Even what's 'safe' is highly experimental. But I'm trying to play it fairly safe. I've been sticking to the 'wet process' because it yields results that I'm happy with. I'm still experimenting further though, and so far it has cost me one shot (out of four tries but sixteen total shots… failure is tough!)

Part four (the explanation): I shot some buttercups today with Fade to Black. When I was dismantling the sheet of film, I noticed that the image left behind on the backing* was actually pretty strong. I thought, why not experiment with this. First I pressed it very hard onto a sheet of paper I had around, to see if any of it would transfer. It didn't. But I realized that in doing so, I did get it mostly 'dry' and I still had that strong image, so I decided to scan it. Now when I say strong, that's a little bit of an overstatement - it was still rather faint. But I had a nice scan of a negative which seems to be largely based on luminance (read: black and white), which I can do something with. So I inverted the image to a positive, and made some adjustments for contrast. You can see some text on the image, this was from trying to transfer it onto the sheet of paper which had the postscript font list output from my printer on it. So, aside from making it a positive image and bumping the contrast, nothing further was done in Photoshop. There are some cool textures going on here if you view it large or original (beware, the original is like 16mb or something)

A happy experiment, coming off of another happy experiment (the photo itself, which I will post when it dries…)

*I don't know the exact details of what this backing is. It's the milky white stuff. I assumed it was just the processing chemistry, but with the image becoming imprinted as it does, I'm curious. Anyone with more knowledge of the chemistry of Polaroid than I have, feel free to weigh in…

Sausage Tree's crimson blossoms and hanging gourd-like fruit

Sausage Tree's crimson blossoms and hanging gourd-like fruit

The first time I saw this tree and its huge hanging sausage-like gourds I couldn't believe my eyes! And immediately wanted to plant one until I realized how long it takes to get to this astounding mature stage.

Kigelia includes a single species of trees from tropical Africa. It grows in savannas and open woodlands. The genus is named for the capital of Rwanda. Plants are grown occasionally for the novelty of the 30 lb. sausage-like fruits which dangle from the branches on long stalks. More then one roadside stand in South Florida has planted a "world-famous sausage tree" by the road to attract tourists and passerbys.

The maroon flowers are bell-shaped, opening at night and falling by early morning. They emit a musky scent that attracts pollinators in the wild. Self-infertile, the flowers must be cross-pollinated by hand at night to set fruit in cultivation (picture a dedicated human-pollinator running between trees at night with a paintbrush and flashlight in hand). Hawkmoths may occasionally pollinate some flowers in cultivation. The fruit is eaten and seeds distributed by baboons.

This Sausage Tree is growing on Lincoln Road, a tourist-oriented shopping area in Miami Beach, FL. Source: Tropical Flowering Plants, Kirsten Albrecht Llamas, TImber Press

Sausage Tree, Kigelia Pinnata, Kigelia africana, Lincoln Mall, Miami Beach, FL

how long to press flowers

how long to press flowers

Bloom's Best Perennials and Grasses: Expert Plant Choices and Dramatic Combinations for Year-Round Gardens

There are hundreds of perennials and grasses available to gardeners - how can they know whether or not they’re making the right choice? In Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, Adrian Bloom distills his years of experience as a nurseryman and gardener into 250 reliable choices that are beautiful, easy to maintain, and provide year-round interest.

Detailed descriptions feature information on growth, care, and design tips for use in gardens of all sizes. Bloom shows the reader how to design and plant well structured borders that feature perennials and grasses with a mix of other plants playing supporting roles. He also shares his trademark “river of plants” design style that dramatically features the beauty of a plant throughout its life.

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