Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
the aloe, and now this one...these species are so strange and exotic to this new england eye.
Ohhh.... this looks very very beautiful !!
We have lots of bromeliads in Costa Rica, but I have never seen one colored like the ones in your photo.
so unique and pretty
The color combination is terrific!
I've never seen one of these before. It's amazing.
Very exotic looking! Nice macro.
That is a stunning looking brom, here in the UK i am using these plants to house exotic Gecko lizard species.Beautiful.I hope you can find the time to follow my photoblogwww.valleysshutterbug.blogspot.com
It seems quite unusual to see blue and red together like this on any bloom. It's quite attractive! And I learned something re pineapples!
I do love these plants, they punch way above their weight in beautiful drama.
Amazing, Sharon. I am completely unfamiliar with these plants.
This is stunning.
What a beauty.
Bromelia's blooms are also amazing, I have had a few blooming too. Next to bloom will be two of my Tillandsias (air plants) which, actually, are also bromeliads.
Hi Sharon - Just trying to catch up with all my old blogging buddies that I have neglected for the past year. Took a whole year off from my photo blog, but I'm back now. Hope life has been good. Absolutely love love love the Blue Tango Bromeliad!
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