August 25, 2014

Everything Cranberry



{wearing Billabong dress, Havaianas sandals, Ray Ban Wayfarer}

On the way to Maniwaki around Gracefield, Quebec we came across a cranberry farm on the side of the highway. It was random and the only reason I noticed it was because of the pond of red. From afar it looked like a pond of blood so of course I had to stop and take some pictures of it. A normal pond is nothing really worth blogging about but a pond that could pass for a mass murder is something else. It was my first time visiting a cranberry farm and it was definitely a neat experience.

56 comments:

  1. Glad it was just a pond of cranberries ;-)

    I'd want to take a look too... it's definitely unique and interesting♡


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  2. This is so cool. I've always wanted to see that in person ! You look beautiful :-)

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  3. wow, what a sight!! I've never seen anything like it, so cool!
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  4. omgosh how pretty is this?! Also love your patch work dress

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    heather
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  5. Wow!!! Amazing!!!

    xx
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  6. Haha! I remember seeing cranberry farming on discover channel! I never thought they grew like that or that you needed so much water to move and harvest them!

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  7. Wow, this is the most incredible place!! Wish I could see it in real life :)

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  8. Julie thanks for stopping by my blog. i wanted to do the same and show the support:). First, let me say i am mad I never found this blog before, I am super impressed and in love with this post. The images are breath taking. Stay Beautiful xoxo Erin www.beautyjunkkie.com

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  9. OMG!!! Those pictures are awesome! I love the colors and the landscape! Awesome!! :)
    xx

    Eli

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  10. WOW!! Love this location! Awesome! And you look great <3

    XxX
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  11. your picture is stunning, love the color and your dress.:).

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  12. Very cool! I would have thought it was a red algae bloom, but that probably doesn't happen in ponds. You look lovely!

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  13. PS - It kinda makes me not want to drink cranberry juice. lol

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  14. I love it! That's so cool, especially for a photo op. Haha look at all those cranberries!! *_*

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  15. wowwwwwww OMG! thats absolutely amaaaaazing =)

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  16. Wow these photos are amazing, I love the location!! And your outfit is soooo cute too, love that romper! :)

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  17. I haven't seen that many cranberries together in my whole life. xoxo

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  18. Wow these are such beautiful photos!

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  19. So pretty. Love these photos and the unusual location!

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  20. That's such a striking background for an outfit post! I didn't even know cranberry farms existed!!

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  21. love the dress and the pictures <3 I want to go there, I didn't know these types of farms existed!!!

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  22. wow such stunning photos! your dress is so pretty! :D

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  23. Omgosh!!! Look at those cranberries!!!!! And you look so soooo pretty, babe!!! I am literally drooling over those cranberries (and your dress!!!!) :p <3

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  24. Wow, a cranberry farm. First time seeing that in photos. Great shots. And love that dress on you. Great for strolling, definitely!


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  25. What a cool place to shoot this nice outfit :D I had never seen a cranberry farm either but I must admit that it looks pretty cool ;)
    xx

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  26. Wow! Beuatiful pictures and a beautiful lady! Just perfect! :)
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  27. Great pics, this pond is wonderful! You look so pretty :)))

    xoxo
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  28. Wow such breath-taking pics! It looks like an ocean of red glitters haha! Love your outfit btw :)

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  29. This is what a cranberry farm looks like? It's amazing! I want a cranberry farm! Stunning background for your pictures!

    Emma x

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  30. These are such gorgeous photos! Absolutely mesmerizing.

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  31. I've never seen so many cranberries! It looks pretty freaking cool.

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  32. These pictures are amazing! I really like the close up shots tact you've took of the cranberries! And your dress looks beautiful by the way! I'm glad to have stumbled on this blog. Looking forward to seeing more inspiring pics from ya!

    Tiffany
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  33. Wow! Great pictures, loving the cranberry background, and your cute dress fits perfectly! Thanks so much for your sweet comment, you made me blush, but you too have the body to wear mesh if you see fit! xo

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  34. OMG so cool, I enjoy to see your blog again. And thanks for your sweet comment.
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    nadine

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  35. Oh very beautiful place sweetie!
    Lovely outfit!
    xx

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  36. Really cool! I love these pictures

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  37. That farm looks awesome! Also I love that dress, you look great!

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  38. That looks weirdly awesome! Love the dress by the way!

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  39. wow these photos are sooo gorgeous!! I love your dress too <3

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  40. What's the purpose of putting them in a pond? Either way, looks cool!

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  41. This seriously looks so cool! What a neat spot to find and visit!

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  42. Wow, I had no ideas that you have so many cranyberries in Canada and I had no idea how you prepare them to dry or proceed them! Awesome! We do not have many cranberries in Europe and I think its a seomhow northern American thing :)
    xx

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  43. Amazing post! And I love your blog:)

    I am now folowing you on Google+, follow me back?:)

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  44. That is so cool! What beautiful colors!

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  45. What a gorgeous backdrop! & i love your fashion style too!

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