Sunday, February 15, 2009

Today's Flowers




More flowers from Hawaii. Click here or the cube at the top to see more pretty flowers or join in the fun.

14 comments:

Carletta said...

I don't know the first one but I really like the look of it. It looks awfully small for two bees to be on it. :)
The bird of paradise is beautiful -especially the last one.

Thank you for the belated birthday wishes. (hugs) I hope you and your wife had a wonderful Valentine's Day as well!

VALKYRIEN said...

Both flowers are beautiful - never seen the first one. But the second is amazing in it's form and colours! In Norway you have to pay a fortune for one of those! But then - you only need one! Beautiful pics!

Leora said...

The first one is a new beauty to me. I once did a painting of a bird-of-paradise; learned to know the details of that beautiful flower. Wonderful photos.

guild-rez said...

The first picture is a Bottlebrush (Callistemon) flower a genus with 34 species of shrubs in the family Myrtaceae.
Great pictures!!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Neal, More great pictures from Hawaii.. I hadn't heard from you all weekend--so I thought maybe you all had gone out-of-town. What did you do to celebrate Valentine's Day???

Thank for sharing the pictures.
Betsy

Denise said...

Such exotic flowers, lovely photographs, thank you for sharing them.

Fotos da Lurdes said...

Great pics from exotic flowers...
Beautiful post...
Have a nice week!
Love from Portugal...
Lurdes

Tina said...

Love the bird of paradise photos but knowing they were taken in Hawaii..ahh how nice! Did I mention I really like the revolving cube..very nice!!

dot said...

Those must be bird of paradise. They sure look like birds.
Neal, I think everyone likes that revolving cube!

Lilli & Nevada said...

both flowers are beautiful love the rich colors

Arija said...

The first one looks to be A Kunzia, commonly called Red Robin.

Rose said...

I love the first picture of the bird of paradise...simply because the color seems more saturated.

Tricia said...

Such pretty exotic flowers - your flowers always are very pretty!!!

George said...

Thanks for continuing your flowers from Hawaii series. These are great pictures.