I am imagining a tree filled with these pretty little blooms, it must be a gorgeous sight. You are making me wish spring would hurry up. I would love to see some flowers in my yard again.
Such a wonderful color!
Sandra Linda imágenes. Saludos desde Creatividad e imaginación fotos de José Ramón
What a beautiful tree, I never saw glowers like that on a tree!
orchid is one of my favourite flowers...there are so many species of orchids; this flower has a real flair. very nice colour and light.gorgeous photos as usual! i especially like the second one.
great shots of the flowers. We have those trees here but the flower looks slightly different.
They are beautiful. You have such a variety of flowers, and so many parks to explore.
I love the colors of these trees. Your photos are so wonderful. (o:
Very pretty...But invasive....Interesting...Doesn't it seem like invasive things aren't very pretty, usually? I know the Binder Vine, which keeps trying to invade our back garden, from next door, is NOT pretty. Even if it does produce a few white flowers, for a short time. Oh it is awful!!!!!!! -shiver- -sigh-"Deep within the winter forest,among the snowdrifts wide,you can find a magic placewhere all the fairies hide..."
With something that beautiful I would not mind it being invasive. These shots are superb~ the petals kinda' look like that of a Daylily.
I knew you would not disappoint us with your orchid shots. Beautiful!
It is beautiful...great series.
that's the kind of invasive i wouldn't mind...
Gorgeous flower! Too bad it's an invasive. But nice to see those blooms in January!
The color of these flowers is so pretty! I would love to have one in my yard! Beautiful photos Sandra...have a great day
It's beautiful Sandra! The flowers on it are way bigger than the Redbud tree we have here in West Virginia. People make jelly from the redbud flower. It's hard to believe there are flowering trees this time of year.
This is beautiful, and I love the color! We have nothing like this around here, of course. And I have not even seen this one at the local orchid shows. Maybe they don't show it because it's invasive. It does look kind of Chinese! You are just like me, pretty much the whole family is into chess except ME! I could not even remember how each man moved back when I was a young mom. I can't win checkers, either. I just taught Anne Chinese Checkers, and she won her first game from me. When I play a game, I want to have FUN, and chess is strategy, sweating, and work. I have to be careful that my brain doesn't explode!
These are indeed beautiful blossoms, I would like to see a tree full of them some time. In a way I'm sorry to hear that it is an invasive plant since we have had so much trouble with invasive species (think kudzu) around here.
Beautiful blooms, Sandra... I love that color.. It's not really purple to me, but more magenta... Love the color whatever it is...Hugs,Betsy
Beautiful orchids with lovely colors. What a nice sight to see now in January - thank you for sharing those very nice photos. Must be a lovely place to walk around.HugsEva
These are exquisite! Really beautiful photography, Sandra. The header is just ... wow!
Very pretty. I imagine it is quite spectacular when it's full of orchids.
These are just gorgeous! You did well!
Those flowers are very pretty. a tree covered with them must be gorgeous.
Such a beautiful flowering tree!
You captured the beauty of these gorgeous flowering trees perfectly, Sandra. I love their color, they look magnificent in full bloom, don't they.Fantastic new look!~:)
makes me wish for spring...
Well Sandra - the summer there is rough - but you have a pool. The good thing about where you live - is you have sunshine and beauty every single day! Lucky you. sandie
I Love the color
WOndering if you have any of these in your own yard, Sandra, thanks to the mad gardener, Bob.
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