Sunday Glow

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While taking some photos of my WS and his twin sister today I found this bush of Red Bird of Paradise blooms, so I decided to take a little creative license.

Hope your weekend was out of this world.  “Beam me up, Scotty.”  Ha!  Namaste’

 

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  1. bulldogsturf says:

    You caught me out there… a bird of paradise bush something new to me… the “bird of paradise” I know is the strelitzia family so had to Google this to find out more… and what a wonderful bush it is… would love to have something like this in my garden… wonderful bush and photo…

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    1. Many thanks, Rob. Normally they’re bright red/orange or bright yellow. But you know me, I had to play around with the color a little 🙂

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  2. DNatica says:

    This is just beautiful Regina! I have been MIA in the blogosphere lately but I’m back! (Hopefully for good.) I started up a separate photography blog that I’m going to be more focused on now so hopefully you’ll follow me there. (dnatica.wordpress.com) I always love your comments and your photos. 🙂

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    1. I just set it up today to follow you over there. Nice to see you back again 🙂 I missed your posts.

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  3. Kay Rolfe says:

    Beautiful photo. Those are not bird of paradise. I don’t know what it is but it’s very pretty.

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  4. zannyro says:

    What gorgeous color!! 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Miss Z! I’m so behind on everything right now. Don’t know which end is up!

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    1. Thank you! Just playing with post processing color.

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