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Plumeria flowers


50 comments:

  1. Very beautiful and sweetly perfumed as well.

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  2. I collect magnolias and it strikes me that plumerias may be the magnolias of the tropics! Larry

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  3. thanx for your beautiful weekend flowers! :)

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  4. Wonderful.......


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  5. Beautiful capture, their striking color against that deep emerald green is magnificent. Thank you for bringing some plumeria to our party :).
    BiTi
    http://www.pret-a-vivre.com/2013/06/my-crane-and-lets-waltz.html

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  6. Fin bild på en fin stjärnpelargon
    Ha en fin helg
    Kram Meta

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  7. This is my all time favorite flower/tree. The smell is heavenly. Gorgeous capture!

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  8. Beautiful flowers. We had a champa tree outside our house in India - brought back those memories.
    Dropping by from SIMC
    Suzy http://suzyspics.blogspot.co.nz/2013/06/enjoy-life.html

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  9. Beautiful Plumeria. I love this.

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  10. The dappled background really shows off this flower. Lovely!

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  11. I like the clean crisp shot!

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  12. Perfect. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  13. Gorgeous image! Your plumeria look quite different from the ones here in Israel.

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  14. gorgeous!
    Have a wonderful week. I am linking up to you through Our World Tuesday.

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  15. I read about these flowers in another post earlier this week but there was no photo so I didn't know what they looked like. Now thanks to you I do.

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  16. Lovely! A late visit from WF. Hope you'd find time to visit my Lantana.

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  17. Beautiful!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  18. Stunning photo and makes me think of summer finally. Happy WW!

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  20. I love the depth of field. So pretty!

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  23. I can almost smell these wonderful flowers. Georgeous photography.
    JM Illinois
    U.S.A.

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  24. Fantastic and I wish I could smell the scent of these beautiful flowers.
    Thanks so much for sharing them.
    Wishing you a very happy weekend!
    Denise
    Today’s Flowers
    An English Girl Rambles

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  25. Stunning image! So crisp and clear and great composition too. Thanks for sharing on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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  26. One of my favorite Hawaiian lei flowers...though they are very fragile and delicate and don't last long. I always love seeing them here in India.

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