Weekly Photo Challenge: Hidden

OK, you can’t really call this hidden, just a smart way to camouflage what it is, or present something it wasn’t meant to be. In most Indian banquets you will spot such vegetable based decorations, which I find fascinating, though I haven’t tried making any myself yet. How about you?

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  1. 2e0mca says:

    John who was the cook (I hesitate to use the word chef!) at the flying club used to carve flowers out of carrots to embelish his curries. Woe betide anyone who ate the ‘club’ carrot 😉 Nice take on the subject.

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      Thanks Martin, I’ve seen carrot and radish based flowers too…they look pretty when shaded with a bit of color from a beetroot too!

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  2. jakesprinter says:

    It`s a very beautiful post that`s all i can say thanks for sharing

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      Thanks jakesprinter!

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  3. Touch2Touch says:

    At our local Chinese restaurant the owner undertakes himself to carve the decorations from carrots, daikon, other radishes — most impressive. But do not eat!

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    1. Kamakshi says:

      ya…eating it is not prudent…for ornamentation purposes only!!

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