decoding the mystery called Mumbai.......the city that never sleeps
petunia?? beautiful flower shots
Well, I cannot help you identify those flowers. Though they look familiar to me, I don't know what they are. (I answered in my blog)
Anu - thank you for your comment on my blog today. As I mentioned there, I'm not to good with American flowers and I'm sure Indian flowers are all different.You are learning to shoot flowers quickly. I like the third one the best. You have to be careful about the background. The third flower shot has no distractions.My wife and I have had the pleasure of visiting India twice but never Mumbai. We hope we can see your city one day.BobSt. Louis Missouri Daily Photo Blog
I have no idea. The color is nice. I try to move around the flowers and take different views and use different settings to come up with unusual shots. You can see mine today.Abraham LincolnJust a Lily today, plus a shaft of sunshine on my oak tree. A blessing for a bountiful crop — I hope.Brookville Daily Photo
I looks like a native of Central America that has invaded south Florida. It might be Yellow elder The flowers look alike but yours doesn't have a compound leaf. Later in the day I will post some pictures and then I will send you the address.
dont know the name but well captured brightness!
Here are the pictures of the yellow elder: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_UwGkeJ84ueM/RnBugAmg82I/AAAAAAAAARc/CGK33KPzIhU/s1600-h/yellow+elder.jpghttp://2.bp.blogspot.com/_UwGkeJ84ueM/RnBuZwmg81I/AAAAAAAAARU/5jIbMLIFH4U/s1600-h/yellow+elder+leaf.jpgIf this doesn't work you can contact me on my site.
This is Tecoma (Tecoma gaudichaudi, a very common large shrub/small tree!
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