They are gorgeous and we have none here. Or at least I have never seen any. I would never know they existed except for you. Maybe this is the first time you have snapped them with your new camera? My favorite is the second picture, quite lovely and exotic.
Ha ha!!!:)) Yes they are such beautiful flowers, I would do the same,...what am I saying, I do exactly the same. I've got hundreds of photos of azálias. Your photos are lovely.:)
WOW! Beautiful colorful flower:)
These are GORGEOUS! Have a happy week!
When I look at a flower so intricate, I am reminded of God's beautiful world that we enjoy. As for the sun "highlighting" certain plants for you, my mother always said "the sun is my best friend." She could "see" things in bright sunshine that otherwise she could not see.Hope your day goes well.
we don't mind. your tropical world is beautiful.
You can never have too many pictures of those beautiful flowers.Keep walking and snappingHugs Cecilia
You can never have too many flower shots! What a spectacular flower you captured.Have a wonderful week :)
Hello, it is a gorgeous flowers. If it is a dwarf, just how big does it get. Is it a bush or tree? I maybe looking for some new plants soon.Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
Mine should be blooming by now. These are beautiful.
Ours are done blooming now...just the seed pods.And I'm like you, the flowers are so pretty, just can't have enough photos.
Never get tired of your blooms Sandra. Beautiful!
I can't think of any good reason to not take more pictures of this kind of beauty.
... but each one is its own work of art, don't-cha think? I'd never heard of a dwarf poinciana, but they sure are pretty! Thanks for the introduction!
They are very pretty. So how many laps do you walk? Do you know what the total distance is?I've been wearing an activity tracker that counts the total steps for the day along with the distance. I try for 10,000 steps a day but when I'm not working it's tough to get that many in
they are spectacular.I love the pistils coming out of them.Keep snapping...I love them.
My number one rule....never leave the house without a cameraMy number two rule....never pass a flower without taking a picture :-):-) Great minds!
Well worth photographing more then once or twice. They are stunning.
gorgeous flowers!!your garden is truly a feast for the eyes.xoxo
I try to take my camera for a walk every day--I tell everyone it is my 'dog' and that it needs to go for a walk each day!!and like you -- I often find myself taking the same photos of the same things every day--but every now and then--that same thing has a different view or color or insect--and it makes all those other photos worth it!!love and laughter, di
It is so beautiful. I don't believe we have those here in Southern California.
Stunning! What an incredibly beautiful flower!!!
Well, they're so pretty and colorful, you're supposed to take pics! I like to take my camera, too, never know what you might see.
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