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Taken a the Rhododendrum Garden, Olinda 5th October 08

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  • kalaryder
    kalaryderabout 6 years ago

    Lovely delicate colour

  • Thanks Michael, these and many others are presenting a magnificent display in Olinda at the moment.

    – Judi Corrigan

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderabout 6 years ago

    Oh yes Judi, I was there last year, did you check out the Purple Splendour, down one of the side walks? I took a few (one up on this group) maybe you have a better one, mine was little blurry. Looking forward to seeing more

  • Can’t recall that one Michael, but then again, I was chasing a 4 1/2
    year old around. Did capture this purple one though…very subtle

    – Judi Corrigan

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderabout 6 years ago

    This is lovely, is it in the group?

  • Thanks for the encouragement ~ haven’t put it in yet, don’t want to wear out my welcome too soon.

    – Judi Corrigan

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellabout 6 years ago

    Lovely shot and great colour.

  • Thanks Irene, loved all the colours at the Garden. They are a beautiful flower

    – Judi Corrigan

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1about 6 years ago

    gorgeous flowers- beautiful colors and capture!

  • Thank you Cheryl. They are beautiful

    – Judi Corrigan

  • Squealia
    Squealiaabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful

  • Thanks Squealia, appreciate your time & interest

    – Judi Corrigan

  • Robert Elliott
    Robert Elliottabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful Judi

  • Robert, I thank you

    – Judi Corrigan

  • JayVee
    JayVeeabout 6 years ago

    Wonderful colours Judi. Great shot with the same colours in the background.

  • Magee
    Mageeabout 6 years ago

    Just beautiful, both of them Judi!
    We’d call these Azaleas, so I googled to see why the different name, knowing the are both from the same family. This is all I could find on them.
    “Azaleas and Rhododendrons are actually in the same botanical category (i.e. genus Rhododendron). Azalea is a common name used to describe many smaller growing shrubs from the genus Rhododendron. Broadly speaking, azaleas have both smaller leaves, and generally a lesser height.” They must love our climate, because they are one of the most popular choices of shrub grown in Qld, and when they’re in flower….they truly turn heads! xx

  • Then you must truly have some spectacular sights up in your area, I loved the colour in the gardens, so many different varieties

    – Judi Corrigan

  • Yool
    Yoolabout 6 years ago

    It is lovely in pink to …great shot!!!

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