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Great holmertz 2019-08-07 8:21

Hello Paul,
It's easy to understand why you fell in love with these graphically beautiful hills. The lake and forest nicely complement the view of the plantation. The WS photos are attractive postcards but this is the "artistically" nicest. While Darjeeling and Assam teas are world famous I have a feeling we don't hear much of Munnar teas. Is the quality not as good, or is it so good that the Indians prefer it for themselves? Or am I just not well informed?
Best regards,

Old 08-07-2019, 04:35 PM
PaulVDV PaulVDV is offline
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Default To mkamionka: No coloured powder brought home :)

Thank you Mariusz,

No, I didn't buy the powder. After all, I'm not an artist and people would think I'm crazy.
The flower carpet is a biennial tradition in Brussels. Next one: from 13 till 16 August 2020 (the first day is always the most beautiful).

In the meantime, I am one step further with my India series.
Nowadays only green pictures

Best regards,

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