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This vivid flame coloured Vireya flowers year after year in my garden at Paihia, Bay of Islands, New Zealand.
Panasonic LUMIX GH2 at32mm, 14×140 lens, 1/30, f/8, iso160, manual.From a single RAW image.
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This colourful Vireya is in a quiet corner of my garden !
Beautiful picture, Roy. As I’m in Hawaii, I wasn’t at all surprised to see a flower in February! LOL. Just wait until next week.
Thank you kindly David – yes, you will coming into spring so we expect to see some lovely images ! Also, you can gather some thawing out Moose poo for fertiliser ……lol !
– Roy Massicks
Wow very pretty xx
Thank you very much Lynn – I believe these originate in South Africa but are of the Rhododendron family.
Very nice capture
Thank you Larry.
Lucky you.I’ve got a sad looking crocus and that’s it. Nice shot.
Thank you Jamie – like the wise man said ’ So the seeds and scatter !’ Your spring is just around the corner so maybe you will see some pretty ones !
what a pretty flower .. lovely shot
Thank you so much Angel – we also have a yellow and an unusual mini red/orange colour. We planted the last one in memory of our last German Shepherd.
Great work dear Roy.x
Many thanks Catherine – they are pretty. I believe they come from South Africa and are of the Rhododendron family.
Beautiful flowers and capture Roy :)
Thank you very much Susie – they do look colourful in the garden but sadly, don’t have any scent !
This is beautiful Roy. Great details viewed large !
Thank you very much Renee – we’ve been here nine years and if flowers for months at a time.
Many thanks Robin for your kind comment and favourite.