Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Another Pink Flower


Pinkie Flower

Here I am again... posting a picture of another nameless flower. I saw this one at the grounds of Bauang Church in La Union last summer while waiting for the staff to open the doors of the church so we could get inside and pray and take pictures. Our neighbor owns a bonsai of the same plant, but I don't know the name. Can anyone tell me what's this called?

Taken using Canon Powershot A580 set to foliage macro, no flash.

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14 comments:

Ryanne said...

They are nameless to me too, but very beautiful. I love vibrant the color is. Don't you just love the macro setting? Happy WW

rmgales said...

Beautiful flower. I love the color and they're so dainty.

Patti said...

Beautiful photo of these flowers. I don't have a macro setting, I just do what I can ;-)

Not sure what kind of flower though.

DrillerAA said...

Great color. Great photo.
I think Canon makes the best point & shoot digital cameras on the market. I take a Canon A620 nearly everywhere I go.

Carol said...

Not sure what flower it is, but great shot. Will try to tinker with my casio camera to get that effect. Happy WW and thanks for visiting.

Carol

CrazyCow said...

Dont know the real name, but "beautiful" is really appropriate here.

Excellent photo.m

The Fitness Diva said...

I'm loving your pics. All of them!

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

The fun for me, is taking photos of nameless flowers, and researching to find out its name!

Happy Wordless Wednesday!

My WW Post:
In Nature

savvyprchick said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Happy WW!

Sassy Mama Bear said...

I am not knowledgable in flora so I have no clue what it is either, but it is very pretty.

Annie said...

lovely picture... you pictures are very beautiful

Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful flowers Jenn..Happy WW

Sandi said...

This is my favorite! I love flowers and you captured this one beautifully. Hope you will visit me at www.whateveraccessories.com

Ann said...

Dessert Rose

Ann

used to grow them in Singapore

 
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