Thursday, May 1, 2014

Where in the World?


 It's contest time! Do you recognize this plant?  Then maybe you can guess where I've been for the last few weeks. (Sorry bloggers while traveling I was able to read your wonderful posts but not comment by iPhone.)  Perhaps with a little detective work on the internet you can make a reasonable guess and win some great prizes from that area.  The challenge is to figure out the area (city and country) where these plants are growing.  If you can identify the plants it will help you to figure out the place.  The first person to correctly identify the city and country and post it in a comment to this post, will win the prizes.  You will have to send your mailing address to my email address IF you win so you need to check back to this blog to find out if you did.  Good Luck!

9 comments:

Sharon O said...

Is it Tea grown in Shizuoka, Japan?

Have A Scrap Happy Day said...

My wild guess is Kagoshima, Japan.

Annette Allen said...

oh that picture is amazing.. I don't know where it is but looks like a fabulous place to be.. :) have fun

Creations by Shirl said...

My daughter's MIL just got back from Japan and I showed her this pic and she said these are tea plants. And they are scattered all over in Japan. She gave me three choices:
Miyazaki, Kiyoto or Kagoshima. She's been to the tea farms there since she has cousins that work in the farms... She travels to Japan twice a year and stays their for a month on each trip.....

Niki G said...

I'm gonna guess Kyoto, Japan. Such a breathtaking photo, must have been so amazing in person!

Sunny Sue said...

Love this pic! My guess is tea growing in Uji (south of Kyoto) in Japan

Leanne said...

Where ever you are I bet you are having a great time!!
Sounds like Japan to me. Hopefully you weren't in Tokyo during the recent earthquake. Be safe and have a fabulous time!!
^.^

yyam said...

I have no idea! Hope you had fun though!

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