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White Flower-innocence & purity

“White flowers are a good reminder for us to be hopeful , they spread hopefulness and beauty unconditionally” Nadir Brahimov

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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s FOTD photo challenge and also forms part of CFFC- White

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Dark Red

“There is a shade of red for every woman.” Audrey Hepburn

“When in doubt,wear Red”  Bill Blass

Some interesting facts about the Colour Red

✔ The colour red does not make bulls angry.They are colour blind

✔  Since red is the colour of blood, it is linked with sacrifice and danger

✔  Mars is named Red Planet because of its surface being rich in iron oxide

✔  Red lipstick is a popular cosmetic item

✔  The most famous and popular Red uniform is the one worn by Santa Claus

✔  Red colour is the symbol of good luck and wealth, brides wear red garnaments during the ceremony in India.

✔  Red is the most romantic colour of all the colours.

✔  Red thilak ( Dot on the forehead ) is the sacred and symbolic identity in Hinduism for the girls

✔  It’s the most used colour in banners and logo designs to capture attention

✔  And we all know Red colour is used in traffic lights to control traffic movements, red is used to indicate danger

✔  Red is the first colour, an infant sees

✔  In politics Red is a symbol of communism

“Red is such an interesting color to correlate with emotion, because it’s on both ends of the spectrum. On one end you have happiness, falling in love, infatuation with someone, passion, all that. On the other end, you’ve got obsession, jealousy, danger, fear, anger and frustration.” Taylor Swift

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This post is part of CFFC- DARK RED

Red Colour Facts sourceinternet

Wilting, dead or aging flowers and leaves

Life always teaches us lessons.

“A wilted flower says beauty is not permanent

A wilted plant says energy is transient….

The wilted dawn says time has no replacement

A wilted life says soul is just a migrant

A wilted thing is not a waste

It’s a guide that teaches the best

That nothing is persistent”     Raghini AVS

Wilted leaf

Wilted leaf

“The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let the dead things go.Unknown

Wilting flower

“Love is like a flower, needs a lot of attention, sustenance and love. Without these, like the very flower; it wilts and dies.” unknown

Wilting flower

“Treat your relationship as if you are growing the most beautiful sacred flower. Keep watering it, tend to the roots, and always make sure the petals are full of color and are never curling. Once you neglect your plant, it will die, as will your relationship.”  Suzy Kassem

This post is part of Ceen Photography’s -CFFC

Wilting, dead or aging flowers and leaves

Thank you Cee Neuner

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“You cannot hide what the nose can smell” Anthony T Hincks

Kumbakonam Coffee

Love is in the air and it smells like coffee

Everybody knows about coffee and its aroma which is an experience itself.The joy of having a simple cup of coffee is unexplainable.

Researchers say coffee improves our cognitive abilities.

Aroma of coffee is the aroma of life..

It’s addiction and healing both…

Workaholics survive on it…

Bookworms grow with it…

Students revive from it…

Others just relish it… Moonwafture

What are the types of coffee ?

We are aware of the types of coffees like Espresso,Cappuccino,Americano,Cortada,Irish coffee,Galao,Lungo,Mocha,Ristretto and probably the list can go on.

But majority of you are not aware of Kumbakonam degree filter coffee’ ,

What is Kumbakonam Degree filter coffee ?

In star hotels it’s known as South Indian Filter Coffee.

In South India,especially in the State of Tamil Nadu, as far as the sense of smell is concerned, the first thing people remember is the aroma of Kumbakonam Coffee.

Filter coffee is an integral part of South Indian Culture,whereas in North India Tea (chai) is the beverage most popular.

What is that ‘degree’ to do with the coffee ?

There are many explanations as to how the Word ‘degree’ cropped up in the coffee.

  1. It is said that in 19 the century,one British collector of Tanjore district of Tamil Nadu State (India),liked the taste of the coffee so much that,he decreed that he should be served this coffee regularly and initially it was popular as ‘decree coffee‘ which later got converted to ‘degree coffee ‘
  • The ‘chicory’ content of the coffee was pronounced as ‘tikery’ which later became ‘degree’.
  • Milk was tested with lactometer for the quality and the ‘unit’ markings led to the name of ‘degree’ coffee.

How is the coffee served ?

Kumbakonam Coffee

The coffee is prepared in a brass filter and served in a brass tumbler set. ( BRASS tumbler and BRASS sauce with lipped walls )

How Kumbakonam Coffee is made ?

Check this clip

This post is in response to Ceen Photography’s Fun Photo Challenge-sense of Smell

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