Tuesday, January 5, 2016

One of the many pretty plants in Hawaii.




I am slowly joining in with all my favorite memes since I got back from holiday.  Nature Notes is one of them.  Thank you Michelle for hosting.

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23 comments:

  1. It's a big job to make new blog and link all "old" blogs to it.
    This photo is really beautiful. I like the form you made.
    Have a nice thuesday.

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  2. The purple stem makes this plant really interesting.

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  3. What an interesting plant - I like your capture very much!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/01/nosey-cat-yep.html

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  4. Pretty plant, I like the color on the branch. Have a happy day and new week!

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  5. i have seen photos of these plants and agree they are lovely... could be worn as a crown or hat

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  6. Beautiful patterning as the leaves fan out. Happy New Year Denise :)

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  7. Congratulations on Forty years. Lots of love to both you and Greg XXX Happy New Year
    X Don

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  8. Interesting plant - leaves on one side of the stem only?

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  9. That looks pretty amazing ...

    Happy New Year

    All the best Jan

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  10. I found you! Hooray -- love what you've done here and am looking forward to scrolling through all your new posts; I'm still catching up after our own roadtrip (which wasn't quite as exciting as yours, I can already tell!).

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  11. This is such an interesting picture...I can see jewelry being designed from it. I can see quilting design coming from it...

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  12. Foster Botanical Gdn is a wonderful historic place!

    Warm ALOHA to You,
    ComfortSpiral

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  13. Love the way it curls around. Such a pretty vibrant two colors. How is it getting adjusted to being home?

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  14. I am happy that you got to go on vacation and look,forward to more photos.. Happy New Year... Michelle

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  15. Hi Denise, I can't join Google+ but will try visit your blog often. (I'll bookmark your address) What a beautiful swirl in nature. Great image. And all so lush. *sigh* we're suffering a terrible drought and unbearable heat here in South Africa and I can only remember such greenness through my garden photos. Greetings Jo

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