Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - Bus Stop

Bus stop outside the Connemara Tea Plantation, Kerala, India
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49 comments

  1. Love it!!! How fun that there is a Connemara in India... Happy WW!

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  2. Beautiful, I especially like her dress and the little trees in the background

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  3. "Connemara" seems so incongruous in this setting, next to "Kottayam" and "Pullumedu." Quite an Irish-Indian connection.....

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  4. nice shot!
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  5. Great Picture. I am an ex bus driver here in the USA.

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  6. Colorful and interesting.  What are the shrubs in the background?

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  7. They're tea bushes! The lady in the photo had just finished her day picking the fresh tea leaves from the plantation, ready to be made into Orange Pekoe tea :)

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  8. Thanks Russ - did you come across many bus stops like this one?

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  9. I agree! Apparently the plantation was started by an Irishman.......

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  10. We couldn't believe it when we went to an Indian tea plantation called Connemara! Apparently it was started by an Irishman :) Thanks for dropping by!

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  11. Oooo...India!  I would love to travel there!

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  12. How cool on the tea bushes.  I've never seen tea grow.

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  13. Mine is not from quite so far a way, St Pancras Station!

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  14. India is definitely on my list of must see places!!!
    Thanks for linking up at Africa's Blog :) 

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  15. What a lovely picture. I want to visit India someday.

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  16. Cool picture, for sure. I am at the train station here in Germany nearly every day, and man, it looks a LOT different. lol.

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  17. LOL! It looks a lot different to our bus and rail stations too!

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  18. India is an amazing place, especially the South!

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  19. LOL! Your photo is much better than mine Susan!

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  20. It's one of my favourite places in the world - it's a huge country, but wherever you go the scenery is amazing and the people are wonderfu :) Thanks for dropping by!

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  21. Hi Debbie! If you ever get the opportunity, India is the most amazing country to visit - full of surprises and wonderful people!

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  22. I'd not seen them until I went to India - they just look like rather small, neat, green shrubs!

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  23. I love her beautiful grab against the tea bushes. She looks so fresh from what must be a long hard job. but I bet it smells good. thanks for stopping & linking up :) ~Faythe @ GMT~

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  24. lovely, esp her lavender against the tea bushes.

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  25. wow, this photo is powerful. love it!

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  26. Hey there!  Thanks for stopping by and linking up...great pic!

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  27. Amazingly when I was this, I thought of a friend's family in Kerala! What beautiful people and a great place to visit! 

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  28. I've always wanted to travel to India, nice shot!

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  29. Thanks Grammy - you know, I hadn't noticed the lavender!

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  30. Oh yes, beautiful people and a wonderful place to visit Janice! Do you ever get to see your friend's family? I love Kerala!

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  31. Too true - intense heat and no shade - remarkable people!

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  32. Thanks David! Hope you get to visit India some day :)

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  35. It's interesting how something so normal like a bus stop can look so different in a foreign country.

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  37. I so want to get to India one day.  Very expressive photo!

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