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Look familiar but cannot recall who they are.
I laugh, Jo, as this plant is so huge, getting a macro of it is something else. I wish you had included a regular shot of it so folks could have seen that it is taller than you are! It could have easily protected you from the rain in a storm. I am always a bit hesitant to get near them for fear that they are really carnivores and no one has really found out yet.Great macros.
Wow! those shots are amazing. I can almost 'feel' the texture of these plants!
Carmen, these shots were taken another day, not the day we were there. I did not include regular shots because I'm focusing on mcaros. They are NOT carnivores. The carnivores are at the conservatory of flowers.
Rainfield, Some I know and some I don't. These shots were taken a few weeks ago and I wasn't jotting names but I have since started doing that. I've got two weeks of posts already scheduled but after that, most of the shots will come with names :) ThanksDuni, Yes, the textures are very exotic. Thanks for commenting
I'm so glad that you have a new camera because you've been bringing so many beautiful flowers to show us, Jo! They are just gorgeous!
Thanks, Icy. In a couple of weeks I'll have names for some of my posts too :) Thank you.
Wondered if the first was a bird of paradise or similar family. The last looks like a sea creature.
Wow what an exotic beauties!
Is the second one a Canna? One usually looks at the superficial beauty of plants and flowers ; the details are amazing! And yes these are exotic!
Very cool plants. We don't get anything exotic around here.
Out on the prairie, The first one was around the bird of paradise so it could be. The last one does look like a sea creature :) It however was located in the garden of fragrance area of the gardens but I could not find a name. It's really cool to see in person.Chub, thanks so much.Sadia, You know, I don't know and I can't remember where I snapped it within the gardens but I will look for it again. You are right, we see the outer beauty and only through a camera lens can we see the inner beauty. Thanks.Ann, we have many exotics out there and they are so much fun to see and study. Thanks.
It's a wonder to witness the unfolding of such exotic life.
I really am loving these plant shots :)
Kass, absolutely, I agree, thanks.Brittany, Thank you :) And, thanks for the post on Red is...
Wow, these are certainly interesting looking plants. The last two pictures look really fascinating yet lovely.
They all looks like those plants from the bottom of the sea. Very exotic.
Your photos makes them look more exotic. :)
Such unusual looking plants. It makes me want to peel back the layers to see what is underneath.
I think I say this often, but I love flower and plant closeups. Looking at them like this is what began to stir my interest in them. They look so much different this way.
wow... those are really exotic. They look interesting and scary at the same time.
So many interesting plants, and each one has such wonderful texture.
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