Leaves like an elephant's ear...

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    Ho‘omaluhia Botanical Garden, Kāne‘ohe, O‘ahu.

    ... and flowers the size of a mouse's umbrella - both coexist on the lush and humid grounds of this botanical garden.

    The tall large-leaf plants in the background are possibly ‘ape (Alocasia macrorrhizos?). And a carpet of grasses and wedelia grow in the foreground.

    Le Bambole Mk. II, "The Compact" Pinhole Camera. Kodak Extar 100.

    Pin - Bob, mr ig, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Falling Thru The Lens [deleted] 59 months ago

      Wow, the lushness really comes through in your photograph! I feel as if I can almost see the flowers and grasses growing.

    2. ~eloise~ 59 months ago

      But... how does it arrive?

      And how do elephants' ears leave anyway?

      Sorry... I have this problem with my brain...

    3. art y fotos 59 months ago

      Thanks again for the comments and favs!

      Falling Thru The Lens J., Lots of mosquitos in this lush part of the Garden, but still quite beautiful! A bit of repellent will come in handy, esp. after any rainfall.

      Eloise Phipps E., heh heh!


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