Why do two colors,
put one next to the other, sing?
Can one really explain this?
Just as one can never learn how to paint.
Bird of paradise Strelitzia reginae
Bromeliad aechmea fasciata
Pink and Crimson Mandevilla vine
Screw Pine Pandanus
this is an amazing fact!!!~~~~and why i fell so in love with designand made it my life's work.xx
sing, yes! I can hear it! Your "Joe"...lol.....I had one too, named "Joey" a tree frog, funny little guy, let us hold him too.
DeLovely! However, I do not think it will help to cuss at your Pandanus. teehee! Big Love, Deb
Deb! coffee out my nose!
Mother Nature is the best colorist.xo xo
Wow! Love these photos! I've never seen a mandevilla like this one. It is gorgeous!
Nature does it best......;o)Tania xx
Beautiful Bird of Paradise flower...only nature could have blended those colours so well. Loved the pink mandevilla as well.The pink, red and white mandevillas grow slowly here, but the yellow one has to be trimmed every minute.
I nice kick start to my week via a morning stroll in the yard!
I like the last picture of the tiny frog, Joe on the croton leaf. It look so cute and coy.
Beautiful and exotic...It would be hard not to get inspired by these. Love Joe, he looks peaceful and comfy on his leaf.
I love Joe. He looks great in pink.
I need to be with the coffee through the nose gal Linda @ Lime...Coconut!What a great sense of humor! Is it the line, "Joe." ?Cheers!
Such amazing photos. Love little Joe, these snaps make me want to take a vacation somewhere tropical asap!:)mikkywww.todaloos.com
Inspire me, to peek into the back porch, walk out through the screen door, SMELL the morning- and to get coffee, and read more of your blog!
All in your garden??!! Amazing! I might have to borrow that first photo (with a credit of course :) )
Joe is adorable!Caron
Love the quote! LOVE the beautiful bird of paradise photo ... that sings! And I LOVE the frog. So cute!
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