Nicely terraced. Kinda reminds me of the "Bliss" wallpaper that comes with Windows XP. :D
The tea trees form a beautiful green carpet leading to the hill in the background. Thanks for a wonderful picture.
Gorgeous picture... I love seeing all of that lush green. SO pretty.Betsy
Chavie,Yes, This is one of the most beautiful and lush tea estates I have ever seen! You can replace 'Bliss' with this image :DGeorge,Yes, it is just like a green carpet!Betsy,Glad you like it. It was a beatioful sight.Thanks all for your comments.
It looks like Camera Highlands in Malaysia.
Wow what a beautiful green place!
Rainfield,Yes, I have heard a lot about Cameron Highlands of Malaysia and would like to go there oneday!Cat,Thanks and glad you like it.
I haven't seen that side of your country yet!How gorgeous!You know how that lush green is nectar to my sore eyes :-D!
Ah! the splendid and picturesque green of the tea estates...
What a beautiful picture of the tea trees --- it's nice to see where the tea we drink is coming from :-)
I wish sky in Sri Lanka's hill country is less cloudy and more blue more often.
This pic is as refreshing as a cup of tea. :) What a lovely view! (This may be my new wallpaper!)
The Sri Lankan Dahlma tea is sold here.
Thanks for your visit. It gave me the opportunity to visit yours ...
I took a deep breath, to check if I could smell the freshness. Beautiful.
Lovely greens! I bet the weather is cool too! Happy Weekend and thanks for dropping!
wow, a thick green of carpet, beautiful.
An endless plush carpet indeed. A one that makes you wanna freely dash from one end to another.
Nicole,Yes, this is one of the best parts of Sri Lanka.Sankara,Glad you like them.Frieda,Definitely the tea from this estate must be among the best in the world.Sachira,Yes, a blue sky would make this picture a perfect one. Yes, it is very difficult to see clear sky in the wet part of the central highlands.Amaris,Glad you like it that much! Thanks for selecting it for your wall paper! You must taste a tea cup with a similar view in front of you :)Ann,Yes, Dilmah tea is world famous!Thanks all for your comments.
Yorsined,Thanks for dropping by and for making those comments.Magerata,:D Yep, the picture itself adds a breadth of fresh air.☺lani☺,Yes, it is around 18 degrees there. Cold climate for those who live in the tropics. Thanks for dropping by and for making those comments.Betchai,Yes, it just looks like a carpet :)Harumi,Yep, I also felt the same :DThanks all for your wonderful comments.
Hi,per me, che sono un'amante del the... verde, giallo, nero... vedere questa immensa distesa è solo gioia per i miei occhi !!!Buona giornata :)Myriam
we too have tea gardens here in India... they are always refreshing like tea :)
Wow.. lovely shot. So green! And I totally love green.. =) Really is a great capture.Anyway, here's mine for Scenic Sunday.. please check it out and drop a comment. Thanks a bunch.. =)http://neneleah30.blogspot.com/2010/10/beach-scenic-sunday.html
wow!!looks a lot like munnar in kerala(my state in India)
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