Fake Plastic Flowers (Edit)

March 2012
Imperial Baths, Sharon Springs, New York, USA

23 thoughts on “Fake Plastic Flowers (Edit)

  1. I hate hearing the word fake. It makes me feel original doesn’t exist. Nice photograph there Tom.

  2. The level of detail in these plastic flowers is astounding. They are easily passable for the actual thing.

  3. The fact that the flowers are fake doesn’t take away from the quality of the photo. This is a very professional looking photo.

    1. Although I love real flowers because of the smell they produce. However in this picture you can’t tell if the are fake or not, as long as it serves it’s purpose and that is to beautify the house.

  4. I usually prefer real flowers but I guess if it is for decoration purposes a plastic is much more preferable over a real one because it cannot and will never WILT. In this shot however I prefer real stuff? I mean it is already a photo so at least give it life.

  5. In this photo these beautiful live flowers are highlighted, what worries me are the leaves that have fallen, or it may be that someone has plucked them.

  6. The way that the blossoms are phony doesn’t detract from the nature of the photograph. This is an expert looking photograph.

  7. Plastic flowers always looks beautiful but not as healthy as the real plant. Lovely ornament picture

  8. The flowers might be fake plastic but they are really nice..I will like to have this in my living room

  9. I would have omitted the word “fake” as “plastic” already suggests that the flower is “unnatural” or synthetic. Nevertheless, i don’t think there is nothing wrong about using plastic flowers. They are a lot easier to maintain and very durable, too.

  10. These plastic flowers look real. Some people don’t like fake flowers for decorations but they are beautiful even if they are not real.

  11. Great shoot, they don’t look plastic to me. I wish I could have flowers like that for real in my garden.

  12. They certainly don’t look fake from this shot. That is, until I see the lone stalk protruding from the back and reminds me that this is indeed a “bouquet” of plastic flowers.

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