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I'm so thankful our neighbor's white tulips are still blooming!!!
This is the first rose I have seen in flower in Dublin this year . . . and the nicest scented one I have come across for a very long time. My Dublin contacts can find it on the west side of Harcourt Terrace.
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Es una de las más populares y deseadas orquídeas del mundo debido a sus bellas flores. Estas plantas se han cultivado desde hace miles de años, especialmente en la antigua China. Cymbidium se hizo popular en Europa durante la época victoriana. Uno de los hechos que la hace tan popular es que puede sobrevivir a temperaturas bajas (se recomienda no bajar de los 5ºC, si bien es cierto que aguantan hasta los 0ºC)Lo que más aprecian los aficionados a la orquicultura en climas templados es que florecen en el invierno, cuando pocas otras orquídeas lo hacen. Solamente unas pocas especies de Cymbidium se crían en vivero, debido a la popularidad de los híbridos. La mayoría de especies puras solamente se pueden encontrar en jardines botánicos o en su hábitat natural. WIKIPEDIA
White tulips stand for hope, purity and innocence.
For Macro Monday....
♪ ♫ White Angel, music by Florian Bur :
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I really like the way the sun was playing on this lily...one day we had sun...off and on ... between rains!
Photo taken for Our Daily Challenge: High Key
And 113 Pictures in 2013 #82 Star(s)
With a little orange thrown in for good measure. I like the eye and beak (bill) line up. Happy Saturday! I looked, I saw, I snapped, they were off. It was a small window of opportunity for sure.
White Orchids in morning light. Thanks for the visit and have a great week ahead.
This low-key still life photograph of a white rose on a black backdrop was created by Melissa Fague in late 2013 to showcase the beauty of simplicity.
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White Strawflower grew a good selection this year for the first time.
Thank you for taking time to view my photo and for all the comments . White peacocks are not albinos; they have a genetic mutation that is known as Leucism, which causes the lack of pigments in the plumage. Albino animals and birds have a complete lack of color and red or pink eyes while White peafowl have blue eyes. The white color appears in other domestically bred peafowl but in different quantities. Chicks are born yellow and become white as they mature, according to the Peafowl Varieties Database
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Can anyone name this flower? It arrived as part of a supermarket bunch in the UK.
two high key flower photos. Which is your favourite?
Okay, I didn't buy just orange ranunuculus at the farmer's market. I bought white, too. I know I'm risking getting boring here, but they were just too beautiful not to photograph.
Ranunuculus in my back yard.