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Taken a the Rhododendrum Garden, Olinda 5th October 08
Lovely delicate colour
Thanks Michael, these and many others are presenting a magnificent display in Olinda at the moment.
– Judi Corrigan
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
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.
Lovely shot and great colour.
Thanks Irene, loved all the colours at the Garden. They are a beautiful flower
gorgeous flowers- beautiful colors and capture!
Thank you Cheryl. They are beautiful
Thanks Squealia, appreciate your time & interest
Robert, I thank you
Wonderful colours Judi. Great shot with the same colours in the background.
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
It is lovely in pink to …great shot!!!
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