Indonesia South Sulawesi Makale
by Ian Stehbens
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EVA_L, on December 16, 2008, said:
They looks like smiling faces, Yan :)
Warm regards, Eva
Ian Stehbens, on December 16, 2008, said:
I have never seen these anywhere else. The flowers may smile but the stems are very thorny. :o
i v a n n a, on December 20, 2008, said:
Beautiful flowers of the another's country...
Ian Stehbens, on December 22, 2008, said:
I hope that these colourful tropical flowers bring you joy while you experience a long cold Russian winter.
Thank you for your visit to my gallery.
BennOe, on December 23, 2008, said:
Marry christmas and a happy new Year
EVA_L, on December 24, 2008, said:
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Ian Stehbens, on December 25, 2008, said:
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you Benn0e and dear Eva for your blessings. I pray that 2009 is both fruitful and fulfilling for you both, and I look forward to many more exchanges and chats!
lavieorange, on December 25, 2008, said:
Ian , I send my all best wishes to you, yours and I hope that the world would be better for our children.
Ian Stehbens, on December 26, 2008, said:
Your wishes are gratefully received and your hopes are ours, too. I promise to continue to build peace in our part of the world, wherever the opportunity is found.
Love and blessings to you and your family and community for 2009.
gabiavram, on December 27, 2008, said:
Very beautiful indeed ! All good wishes,Gabi
Ian Stehbens, on December 27, 2008, said:
Warmest regards to you and your family, Gabi. It is great to receive your comment and wishes.
Happy New Year,
gondor, on February 3, 2009, said:
Flowers are the seeds of joy smeone threw into this planet. In the ps3 game Little big Planet they call mother earth: The sphere of dreamers.
Ian Stehbens, on February 4, 2009, said:
I love your imagery, your faith, and your imagination Gondor. Thanks for connecting through this unusual flower.
►Berat Qevî Endam, on June 24, 2010, said:
Greetings from Iran
Ian Stehbens, on June 25, 2010, said:
Thanks Barat. I have never seen these thorny plants in Australia, only in Indonesia. Are they grown in Iran? I presume not.
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