....The best things in life are not things!
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!
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!
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.
The first picture is a Bottlebrush (Callistemon) flower a genus with 34 species of shrubs in the family Myrtaceae. Great pictures!!
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
Such exotic flowers, lovely photographs, thank you for sharing them.
Great pics from exotic flowers... Beautiful post... Have a nice week! Love from Portugal... Lurdes
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!!
Those must be bird of paradise. They sure look like birds.Neal, I think everyone likes that revolving cube!
both flowers are beautiful love the rich colors
The first one looks to be A Kunzia, commonly called Red Robin.
I love the first picture of the bird of paradise...simply because the color seems more saturated.
Such pretty exotic flowers - your flowers always are very pretty!!!
Thanks for continuing your flowers from Hawaii series. These are great pictures.
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