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Christ’s College ~ Cambridge ~ England. The Wisteria is beautiful! Oxford England, Cambridge England, England Uk, Christ College, England And Scotland, English Countryside, British Isles, Windows And Doors, Britain

Christ's College

Magnificent wysteria at Christ's College Cambridge. Canon 5d MkII and 70-200 F/4L IS

Cornflower (in bloom in July) Exotic Flowers, Amazing Flowers, Pretty Flowers, Purple Flowers, Wild Flowers, Yellow Roses, Pink Roses, Bloom, Orquideas Cymbidium

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True English Lavender Seeds, Herb Plant, Lavandula, Very Fragrant Purple Flow. Lavender Seeds, Growing Lavender, Lavender Cottage, Lavender Soap, Lavender Blue, Lavender Flowers, Purple Flowers, Lavander, Lavender Bouquet

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Spice Market, Marrakech, Morocco<-- are you sure it isn't pigments for the Holi festival in India? World Of Color, Color Of Life, Find Color, Over The Rainbow, Belle Photo, Rainbow Colors, Rainbow Palette, Neon Rainbow, All The Colors

The Indian pigments

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vibrant celebration of Holi, the Hindu festival of colors A worker dries colored powder in preparation for the Holi festivities in New Delhi, India.A worker dries colored powder in preparation for the Holi festivities in New Delhi, India. Religions Du Monde, Cultures Du Monde, Hindu Festivals, Indian Festivals, New Delhi, Delhi India, India Asia, Vintage Pink, Color Lavanda

The vibrant celebration of Holi, the Hindu festival of colors

It's a celebration! Across the world, people cover themselves in brightly colored powders to celebrate the Hindu Holi festival, or festival of colors, on March 1.