studies in pink

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Lepismium cruciforme
(its tiny white flowers just opening will stay with the theme when they turn into hot pink berries)

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Another epiphytic cactus, the rat tail cactus, Disocactus flagelliformis

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And poppies

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7 Responses to studies in pink

  1. Scott Weber says:

    You really do have the best poppies!

  2. I feel as though you chose this topic especially for me. And yes the world does revolve around me. Laugh out loud. Love the pink beauties.

  3. Denise says:

    Scott, no doubt I’ll be photobombing poppies the next few weeks. Lovely but fleeting.
    Grace, yes, you own pink. Was thinking about you yesterday and thinking it’s seems like eons since I paid your blog a visit, where pink really resides.

  4. Kacky says:

    Who doesn’t love a poppy!?! Great shots- love the Rat Tail Cactus- never heard of that- beautiful!

  5. Chris says:

    Do you find that your Lepismium cruciforme grows away from the light? I have one that seems to reach for the shadows.

  6. gardenbug says:

    I’m starving for color here in Ontario… Lovely!!!

  7. Cassidy says:

    These pinks are stunning!

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