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Pictures Of Boys Before Flowers
- Form a mental image of
- (pictural) pictorial: pertaining to or consisting of pictures; "pictorial perspective"; "pictorial records"
- Describe (someone or something) in a certain way
- (picture) a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
- Represent (someone or something) in a photograph or picture
- (picture) visualize: imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
- Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
- (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
- (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
- (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
- Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
- (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
- (boy) a friendly informal reference to a grown man; "he likes to play golf with the boys"
- (boy) son: a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his boy is taller than he is"
- A son
- A male child or young man who does a specified job
- (boy) male child: a youthful male person; "the baby was a boy"; "she made the boy brush his teeth every night"; "most soldiers are only boys in uniform"
- A male child or young man
pictures of boys before flowers - Boys Over
Boys Over Flowers Vol. 2
A perfect fairytale - The Korea Times
An unprecedented phenomenon in South Korea's television industry. - YONHAP NEWS
Korea's #1 romantic comedy reaches its exciting conclusion! Jandi and her family are forced out of their house by Junpyo's mother, the ruthless Ms. Gang. But the homeless clan gets help from an unexpected source Junpyo's sister hires Jandi as a maid! That s just the beginning of one exciting adventure after another as Jandi, Junpyo and Jihoo come to realize just how important family, friendship and loyalty can be. And how true love rarely comes easy.
Boys Over Flowers is based on the hugely popular Japanese manga, Hana Yori Dango, by Yoko Kamio. The Korean TV adaptation dominated the ratings and continues to win fans with its combination of laughter, thrills and romance. On DVD with English subtitles.
Jungle Flame Flower and Color Symbolism
IMG_2440c Most often I place my notes regarding symbolism and iconography under my retablo photos. I am going to try something different with this photo and use it to set out some of the symbolism of the color red. Although this flower has more pinks than reds, it also has the different shades and hues. The Symbolism of Colour, Ellen Conroy, M.A., 1921 THE OLD LANGUAGE OF RED "The Holy Grail, rose-red, with beatings in 't, as if alive." -- TENNYSON. CONSIDERING first the colour red as being the lowest in the spectrum, how is this correspondence manifest ? Red is the colour of the blood ; hence, is it surprising that red is the colour denoting life and action, cheerfulness and enthusiasm ? Red is used by healers as a powerful stimulant and tonic, thus it has the meaning of health and vigor. This is why nearly all red stones are said to have health-giving and disease-preventing properties. The ruby in China and Japan is said to give long life, health, and happiness. All the imperial decrees of China have to be written or printed in red as a sign that there is the power behind to force them to be carried out. Children's clothing must contain some part of red. Usually this consists of a piece of red material twisted together with a pig's-tail, thus making a talisman of great power against sickness. In India and Persia the garnet is said to bring deep, abiding health to its possessor. The Romans used the red coral as a talisman to protect their children from all manner of diseases; while in India, China, and Japan it is used to-day as a safeguard against cholera. The red carnelian was used by the Hebrews to prevent attacks of plague, and in China it is worn to prevent stomach troubles. Again, we find the healthy man is inclined to be more cheerful than the sickly man; so we instinctively think of Mr. Greatheart as a man with rosy cheeks. The garnet has nearly always been said to bestow the gift of cheerfulness upon its wearer. Then we find that the healthy man is usually more courageous and daring than the weakling; hence red often means courage. In fact, the lack of red in the face is taken as a sign of the lack of courage as in Macbeth, where the page-boy is told: "Go prick thy face and over-red thy fear, Thou lily-livered boy." Courage was said to be the gift of Mars, the god of war; hence red is the colour of war, whether in its most barbaric, cruel form or in its chivalrous form. Astrologers assign this colour to the planet Mars from its symbolic value, and not merely because Mars looks red in the heavens. Mr. Alan Leo writes thus: "The planet Mars, which is known by its red colour, is said to be hot and exhaustive in its influence. It presides over all adventure, enterprise, and heroic acts. It makes the mind daring, combative, courageous, fearless, and venturesome. In everything where pluck, force, and energy are required, the Mars man will be foremost. He will be first in any acts of bravery, and often regardless of his life and of the consequences of any noble act where courage is required." So it is that the brave man is known as the man of self-sacrifice. Thus the colour of red takes on this added meaning of self-sacrifice, sorrow, or suffering, which at first seem contradictory meanings to those of enthusiasm, life, and cheerfulness. In art the martyrs are often clothed in red as a sign that they have suffered, and also as a sign that they had the enthusiasm for the cause, so that the sorrows and cruelties they endured were accounted by them nothing; for red is pre-eminently the colour of enthusiasm, of the fire which inspires a man to fight his way through all obstacles or perish in the attempt. It is thus most fitting that Moses should receive his life work when near the burning bush, which is surely the most appropriate symbol of the quality necessary before one can become the leader of a nation or change it from one of slaves to one of freemen. Red is the colour of the leader, the colour of the kingly robes (In ancient Wales red robes showed honourable rank.) Then we may remember that pretty legend of the Christmas Rose, when the shepherd's little daughter, having no other gift to offer the infant Christ, gave him a fragrant white rose, which was no sooner touched by the Babe than it became a deep glorious red, emblematic of his future suffering. Red is also the colour of the flame of love. As Robert Burns sings gaily: -- Oh, my Love is like a red, red rose, That's newly sprung in June." Perhaps you remember that picture of Rossetti called "Dante's Dream." where Beatrice lies cold and still, clad in white, while Love is seen clothed in rose-red robes leading Dante to her side: "Then Love said, ' Now shall all things be made clear; Come and behold our lady where she lies.” Based on very much the same thought there was an old legend that a red carbuncle was placed at the prow of Noah's ark to give light and guidance. This legend
2010pad-013: Boy Child with Roller Blades*
*that is my "Artist-Type Title" -- like when someone paints a still life and titles it "bowl of fruit with butter knife" or "barn in field with flowers" anywho, this picture annoys me. Several reasons: 1. I chopped off his roller blade toes 2. I had to cut them off because I was already standing up the post of the fence outside looking down and I couldn't get any higher so that I could fit him in the frame 3. This means he is TOO TALL to fit in the frame anymore. 4. STOP GROWING, CHILD. STOP IT. *tear* 5. I looked a picture of him from when he was about 18 months old the other day and he had fallen asleep on the tile floor of our kitchen with his knees tucked under and his bum way up in the air and I lost it. Such a sweet boy. Some girl is going to be VERY LUCKY to have this guy love her. *I* am very lucky to have this guy love me. 6. He gave me a pillow for Christmas that has "My favorite place to be is inside on of your hugs" embroidered on it. I might have started crying then, too. 7. Moms are a crying sappy lot. I never cried about crap like that before I had kids. They have ruined my cold calloused heart forever. 8. Little buggers 9. Thinking about the boy child makes me feel much better about myself as a parent than thinking about the girl child does. 10. It's nice to have a balance. :)
pictures of boys before flowers
Primula Flowering Teas are made by aritsans in China. The flowering teas are comprised of hand sewn AA grade Green Tea with all natural flowers. The green tea is blended 5 times with jasmine to make for a aromatic scent. The package includes 12 different styles ans colors and are all green tea. There is a lot of belief that the antioxidants contained in the green teas are veru healthy. It is also believed that there are certain healing benefits for brewing flowers. The health benefit guide will take you through this journey.
A tea drinker who has never experienced a tea flower will be thrilled to receive this gift-ready set. Containing twelve assorted tea flowers, the slender canister-style box is tied with a green cord and decorated with an image of a flower-filled glass teapot on one side and small images of the twelve unfurled tea flowers on the other. Tea flowers are comprised of AA-grade green tea leaves and actual dried flowers that are hand-sewn into tight balls by artisans in China. After a tea flower ball is place in hot water, it will slowly sink to the bottom and unfurl into full "bloom." Some even have two different kinds of flowers that unfurl into a colorful spectacle, adding fragrance and flavor to the tea. Best viewed through a glass teapot, each tea flower may be used up to three times to brew a pot of tea. The set includes a guide describing the health benefits of drinking green tea and the healing properties believed inherent in certain flowers. --Ann Bieri