Saturday, May 22, 2010

Harmony In Lavender & Red

Thanks Maia-

Garden of Pagodas



Ginny said...

These flowers are beautiful, and so exotic looking! Those flowere are really shaped like pagodas, is that their real name? I've never seen or heard of them.

ρομπερτ said...

Nature - surely able to provide peace and hope, green and red, lifting up from being sad. Thank you. Please have a wonderful Sunday.

And yes, a situation "forced" me to close the other blog. Whenever breath comes back, I'll try to explain.

daily athens

Manang Kim said...

Wow very stunning and beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing. Happy Sunday!

With Yellow

Misalyn said...

Stunning shots Regina...breath taking! I would love to visit your place if it is only possible. I wanna see those kind of beautiful flowers and feel the beauty of nature. You made me miss home.

A blessed Sunday to you dear.

Sashindoubutsu said...

Beautiful flowers! I love the colors, the combination of them in one flower and the exotic look they give. These flowers can surely bring life to any space.

By the way, the cute kitty's photo surely stands out. Really cute.

Mumsy said...

Beautiful photos of the flowers! I like that pagoda flowering tree, very special, and Elly May is adorable.

Rosie@leavesnbloom said...

that set of blossoms is just wonderfully exotic and so different to what I am used to seeing.

maiaT said...

Beautiful set of flowers and macros. Your little kitty with those big eyes is so cute, perfect portrait.
Breathtaking flowers indeed, very interesting the one in your last macro photo, unknown for me.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Thanks to all..yes Ginny, it is the name..probably more
Of a deep salmon than red? Oh thanks Maia, the last one is a watery close up of the same Pagoda-

Self Sagacity said...

exotic flowers looks almost like orchids family. the colors are vibrant and I love how the series is put together.

DoanLegacy said...

Gorgeous flowers, and colors!

Let's be perfectly clear- the war on free speech is spiritual!