Thursday, March 7, 2013

A few sights around the Philadelphia Flower Show

London Plaza with a look-alike Big Ben.  

 The home page of the show is right here.





















The Crown Jewels are all made of some kind of plant material.  The Throne is covered with red roses as you can see.





To me these long strands of pearls remind me of the old photos of Queen Mary.

(photo of Queen Mary found online)


Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

That's me taking a picture of Her Majesty.  She was very nice to pose for me and was as still as a statue.

The next several days I will have several posts from the show.  We took lots and lots of photos.

21 comments:

  1. Fantastic photos, Denise. I can just imagine what fun this must have been for you!!!

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  2. This was in Philadelphia, Pa? What a wonderful surpise for you, being that you are English, to find all this at an American flower show!!!! That is, if that is where you were....and wow, oh wow!!! Aren't they all just amazing and awesome and beautiful???!!! Thanks so much for sharing these works of flower art with all of us! I am truly amazed at what talented people can create!

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  3. Outstanding decoration and creative ideas with flowers!Wonderful pictures dear Denise, thanks for sharing the details of this special Philadelphia Flower Show!
    hugs
    Léia

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  4. What a wonderful day. Thanks for inviting us along - though I have seen more flattering portraits of Queen Elizabeth. Quite recognisable - just not flattering.

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  5. Great pictures, Denise, especially the one of you and your camera and the Queen. The arrangement of pearls on the Queen Mary model was very good, so like the way she used to dress.

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  6. Denise, this flower show was perfect for you to see. The displays and flowers are gorgeous. I wonder if the Queen would like the show too? The roses are gorgeous and my favorite.

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  7. Beautiful captures! Very gorgeous too!
    Wishing you a wonderful day.

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  8. Lovely roses Denise, but the crown looks like a large red cauliflower{:))

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  9. You must have been in your element!
    Jane x

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  10. What a monumental exhibit! And thanks so much for sharing here, since I don't get to great flower shows any more...and your feet got to do the walking!

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  11. laughing at your queen shot. :) awesome displays.

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  12. Denise, that looks like an awesome show! We had flower shows like that but its at the northern part in our country and I missed it this year. I always wondered how they kept the flowers fresh ;-)

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  13. I've heard so many nice things about this flower show! I should really get to it some year.

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  14. What a breath of fresh air - we're still buried in snow so any flowers help lift the winter blues.

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  15. Wow---it's no wonder that you all go back to that show each year. It is fabulous! WOW!!!! I can only imagine how happy you were to see "Her Majesty" there!!!!

    Looking forward to more of your photos..
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  16. These look really amazing! I liked this post very much.

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  17. Beautiful shots also love your Header too.

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  18. awesome images denise, it looks wonderful. i go every year, and each year i became more and more dissapointed with the show, less flowers and huge crowds.

    this year it looks very special and colorful and now i regret not going. looks like you had a great day!! keep those pictures coming!!

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  19. What a marvelous show! The floral decorations are amazing. It was nice of the queen to pose for you.

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  20. I love this show. Beautifully captured, Denise.

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  21. I can see why you attended the flower show, with London being the main exhibit. I think I remember you attending this flower show another year. Wonderful pictures so far; looking forward to seeing more.

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