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einzelne gold gelb, roite plumeria blüte auf einem grünem blatt, makro
20170513_115229_8101100 While visiting Hawaii, we were introduced to Koko Head Botanical Garden, which has a collection of about all plumeria one may find in this tropical paradise.
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Explored: August 14, 2009
Highest position: 285 on Sunday, August 16, 2009
In Bali, you can find Plumeria at almost every corner. Theres the normal white-yellow plumeria, pink, red, well almost all kind of plumeria.
Back in my hometown, you don't find plumeria except in a cemetary ground. Hence its better known as the 'cemetary flower'.
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A plumeria (firangipani) is refracted through tiny droplets of water !!! They are naturally formed droplets about 1mm in dia !!! I used a sigma 105mm macro on top of a 2X Kenko teleconverter along with Raynox DCR 250 close-up lens !!! Hope you like it !!!
Explored #69 dt 11 07 2010.
Got this from the photos I captured few months back, my favorite flower floating in the brassware I bought from India, and that was why my luggage was a little heavy :)..so before I begin my new series I wanted to post some of the shots taken from home.
This weekend is quiet, it rained a lot a couple of days back and today it stopped but not so sunny. I just wish myself a good weekend and looking forward to meeting my Japanese friend tomorrow.
Have a great weekend!
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Yet another oldie... Actually, this is one of the first photos uploaded to flickr, and taken with my old point and shoot.
One of my favourite shots of one of my favourite flowers!!!
one of the first photos i uploaded to flickr... taken with my little point and shoot...
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This is a traditional Thai Plumeria flowers arrangement in a big clay pot. Thank you for your comments on the above picture.
Photo was taken on November 30, 2007 at 9:43am in Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
Canon 1D Mark II N camera; Canon 100mm F/2.8 macro lens @ F/3.2, 1/125 second, ISO 100
I had been waiting impatiently for this event - the opening of the plumeria blooms. This is in the evening, after sunset, and only partially open,
Kaimuki district is just on the outskirts of Honolulu behind Diamond Head. Here is a shot of a beautiful Plumeria which abounds with delicately colored pink, white and yellow.
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Please check out "more of the hair" because there are a few different styles I shot (concerning the placement of the plumeria's / plumeria petals) and because I'm so proud of my braid! I'm not very good at braids so I was glad that I was able to do her hair in the way I wanted. Nalani did her own make up.
I probably have one more picture that I shall be uploading and thank you to all the people who have continually been supporting me / my work. :D
One more picture of Nalani, after this.
Just a small crop to centre the blooms.
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My apologies, I am so far behind in my comments, trying to catch up.
Vacations really do interfere with Flickr life:-) LOL
Quite nice in Lightbox
Hit EXPLORE #258 on Tuesday, February 10th, 2009 THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!