19.4.11

Cape Honeysuckle


Cape Honeysuckle
Tecoma capensis


Cape Honeysuckle with Sunrise


These photos of Cape Honeysuckle were taken during sunrise.
Photos taken from slightly different angles produced quite dramatic differences although they were all captured at about the same time.


Blogging from Bolivia

I'm submitting one of these photos to Picture This Contest at Gardening Gone Wild.

15 comments:

  1. I hope you are submitting the last photo. It is the prettiest one.

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  2. More beautiful oranges. And up so early to snap a shot. What dedication. Good luck on your submission.

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  3. The honeysuckle is such a gorgeous colour! I love oranges in gardens. :)

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  4. So beautiful!!! I love the last one the most!

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  5. Beautiful. Goes with every situation. V

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  6. My favourite also is that last one..nicely captured

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  7. Really wonderful photos!! Have a great weekend!
    Your blog is great - so happy to have found you!

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  8. Neat! I really love the first picture. :)

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  9. Beautiful!! The capture is amazing!

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  10. Never seen this type of honeysuckle before-- cool shots! Thanks for visiting my manbugs!

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  11. Beautiful shots! Thanks for participating in Fabulous Friday!

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  12. Incredible shots. I love Tecoma Stans!

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  13. beautiful color and lighting.

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  14. At first glance, I thought there were mini, very mini praying mantises on the blossom of the first pic...Guess I have been praying quite a bit...

    My friend's blog, ForestWalkArt, has given me a fixation on critters. She once had a pic of large group of baby grasshoppers all on one leaf, set like toy soldiers in a battlefield with the same body gun angle.

    But in my flower garden I guard my flowers also like a soldier, but not a toy soldier.

    I'll return to check for more critters!

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