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tibouchina purple close

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By Aleyna


tibouchina purple close (Tibouchina urvilleana (Lasiandra))



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Brilliant series of photos Aleyna - seems to suit the impression we have of Brazil , everything so bright and colourful !

29 Jan, 2009

 

Gorgeous tree!

29 Jan, 2009

 

Hello Aleyna ~ stunning photo :o)

29 Jan, 2009

 

Fabulous colour.

29 Jan, 2009

 

thank you Bonkers,
I have to ask for apology i'm not very present these last weeks, very busy moving my office, coundt even check the last pictures you all have posted.
Updating soon hopefully.

I wanted to take these pictures while the trees are full of flowers..
every corner i turn and see a gorgeous tree covered with flower remind me you all from GOY...

Thank you TT... people probably though i was going out of my mind crossing the streets and taking pictures ... lol
but this way is the best way to see flowers... right there where they grew up and bloomed

Yes, i like both rose and purple ones, but the purples have a special magic, and... nice meeting you Bernieh :)

30 Jan, 2009

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Worth waiting for Aleyna.

30 Jan, 2009

 

Great posts Aleyna, thanks for warming my heart with these pretty, colorful blooms on a cold winter's day!

30 Jan, 2009

 

I'm just glad you all liked it... :) Love you all xxxx

30 Jan, 2009

 

Strikingly beautiful! I love the colour of he flowers.Nice close up shot.

31 Jan, 2009

 

thank you Paul, it was a lucky shot, i'm not "that" photographer :)

31 Jan, 2009

 

What a great photo Aleyna. And those flowers, beautiful. Love the colour.

2 Feb, 2009

 

thank you Marguerite, it's amazing how they have different hues, if they are exposed to much sun like these ones the purple is quite clear (light?) but the ones under the shadows on the parks are dark purple.

2 Feb, 2009

 

This looks so exotic. I would love to have something this cheerfull in my garden.

9 Mar, 2009

 

Your gardens in UK are very very beautiful, and your flowers are stunning.
I remember my grandma saying these:
" ... keep the flowers where they are...enjoy them in their own place... if you cut them they will die before their time, just because you wanted to have them to yourself.."
I guess it applies to our different flowers and plants, certainly we would love to raise some of the exotic plants in our gardens... my wish would be tulips everywhere in my balcony... and you certainly would love some of our flowers and trees :)
This makes GOY more and more enjoyable, because we can share our nature gifts with each others :o)

9 Mar, 2009



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