image Wild Weekly Challenge: Flowers

Lets be Wild photo challenge this week is Flowers.

I love flowers. Their incredible beauty, variety, colour and texture. I’ve posted many photos of flowers, from my garden and friends gardens, out in the bush and wandering around the city, including my now regular Flower Friday each week.

The challenge for me this week is to find unusual flowers. I decided to post some of my favourites (some of these photos I have posted previously). Some in my garden, others in friends gardens, and some in nature.

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Tillandsia … air plants … the beautiful miniature flower (my garden)

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Ginger species ‘Voodoo Magic’ (my garden)

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Bromeliad species ‘(my garden)

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Pink Lipstick (friends garden)

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Uncertain … located near work

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Oncidium Orchid (my garden)

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Uncertain … located near work

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Not quite open yet … similar to ginger plant (friends garden)

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One of the many Banksia species

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Ginger species ‘Chocolate Zebra’ (my garden)

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Rob’s magnificent, massive dahlia

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My favourite daylily … “Festive Art” … rain-soaked in my garden

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Black Anthurium

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His mothers fantastic white bat flower

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And my massive hanging pitcher plant, courtesy of Rob.
I’m participating in the online adventure travel magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggersThis week’s Challenge is: Flowers!

14 comments

    • Sort of … I’ve not seen their top come down tho. But I have been told to ensure their pitchers have water in them so they ‘work’ and trap insects 🙂

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