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A pretty red flower that was on a suculant plant.
Thanks to Gail, I now know it’s a Crown of Thorns Plants or a Christ’s Thorns Plant (Euphorbia splendens or Euphorbia milii)
crown of thorns, flower, red flower
Got the bug!Am I obsessive?Camera shutter worn out!Computer suffering overload!Did I take another 500 photos today?Back up falling behind? :(Can’t decide what to upload?Yes that’s me!
Hi Dorothy, thanks so much for stopping by! :)
– Gabrielle Lees
lovely flower adn shot. no idea what they rere thos sorry. looks like begonia family to me but pure guess that
Hi Dave, I’m not sure about a Begonia, it was more like a cactus or suculant. I can’t even remember what the plant looked like but it was in the cactus garden at the botanical gardens.
Thanks so much Sylvia! :)
Very beautiful capture!!
Hi Carol, thanks so much for the lovely comment you left on my pic! :)
Nice clarity and DOF. Well taken Gabe.
Thanks so much Alwyn, no idea on what it is?
And a lovely lady in red she is, indeed! Very sharp capture, beautiful!
Beautiful colour and great dof Gabe. Ask Al, he may know what it is.
Thanks Ralph! :) I can’t ask Al, he’s no egg-spert in this matter! LOL! He couldn’t even recognise a weed from a rose! LOL!
Gorgeous capture and Love the Title:) Cheers:)
Hi Mary, so no takers on the name? Have you ever seen this flower before? I have no idea what to google to find the name, all I know is that it was growing in a cactus garden.
lovely shot..love the title! -I think the plant is called “crown of thorns” !!!..
You know you could be right about that, I’ll google it and see if it comes up! Thanks buddy! :)