Friday, February 18, 2011

Macro Flowers Saturday - Exotics From The Conservatoroy













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17 comments:

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Wa, very exotic! beautiful pictures..

Maia said...

These exotic plants and fruits have such an interesting structure. Mother nature is the greatest artist.
Your photos are excuisite, as always.

I'm counting on you at the voting!

Kass said...

These plants look like creatures. Very interesting.

Regina said...

Yummy and gorgeous!
Regina

Ann said...

Excellent shot and very unique and interesting flowers. I don't know why but when I saw that last one it made me think of pineapple

Duni said...

Oh, those look interesting. Love all the different textures.

happy weekend,

Duni

Lui said...

Oh, this is so beautiful!
I don't know if I commented on this post already.
I'm rushing while my connection is working fast! ;-)

Daisy said...

Those remind me of some of the plants here in south FL! The coconut palms in our backyard actually have big batches of coconuts growing on them.

Míriam Luiza said...

Fotos originais e lindas!

Judy said...

I love the light and texture in the third photo, although the shape makes me think of an alien baby, growing on a stem...

✿Icy BC✿ said...

Gorgeous macro shots, Jo and very interesting to see!

Self Sagacity said...

These are very exotic, did they belong to a tropical group? Very unusual plants.

John | English Wilderness said...

Wow, fantastic. I haven't seen anything quite like them.

Josep said...

The first one is like a funny eye watching us :) Carmen told me about a gig with S. Holland, I hope you had, or are having, a lot of fun together. Kisses.

AVCr8teur said...

Strange looking plants. Some even look edible.

Muza-chan said...

Beautiful pictures :)

RNSANE said...

These are wonderful shots, Jo...looks like plants/flowers I've encountered on some of my tropical travels...wish I was able to make them still!!