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Pink Quill (Tillandsia cyanea)
I have never seen a plant quite like the Pink Quill. My photo doesn't quite do the plant justice as the pink and purple seemed so vibrant in person. The plant has beautiful pink quills (hence the name), and purple flower bloom from the quill. I've read that it's a relatively easy to care for house plant. Definitely on my list :-)
Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, GA, USA
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Intoxication: the state of being intoxicated, especially by alcohol, or in this case, the colour pink.
A macro of an Anemone.
Olympus 60/2.8 @2.8
Olympus EM 10 Mark II
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Spotted this pink Volvo tractor in a field as i drove by. The scene was perfect. Pink evening sky, pink tractor and some pink flowers scattered the field.
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I noticed this beautiful pink rhododendron bud opening yesterday at my son's home.
Texture: French Canvas by Florabella
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"I love you for your pink Cadillac, crushed velvet seats
Riding in the back, oozing down the street
Waving to the girls, feeling out of sight
Spending all my money on a Saturday night
Honey, I just wonder what you do there in the back of your pink Cadillac"
Pink Pyjama Party?
Poem by Stephen Katona
Now what would you think,
Of a party all pink,
With pink iguanas,
Dressed in pink pyjamas?
Guests as big as an elephant,
Their size quite irrelevant,
As long as they've the right hue,
Just remember dyes are taboo.
Their skin must be real,
To join in our meal.
The frogs can eat slugs,
And all kinds of bugs,
Like the dragon millipede,
Which is dangerous indeed.
Would it be so shocking,
When flamingoes come flocking?
Do you think I'm shallow,
To eat only marshmallow?
We'll set you a place,
If you have a pink face.
'I think, ' said a dolphin called pinky,
'This is all rather stinky.
We may look quite bizarre,
But colour is not who we are.
Our skin is only one part,
Look at others hearts,
And get to know their minds,
Then you'll find,
That it's best to be kind.
Tell everyone alive,
They can just arrive,
With their own sort of jive.
The more different their dance,
The better to enhance.
Teach us something new,
Follow a different avenue.
What might seem strange,
Can help us to change.
A party for all,
Would be a ball.'
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Many moons ago when I lived in Welkom, Orange Free state, they used to have the Hotrod-races. Pink cars were very unusual then, maybe still is. The other day while browsing through a site from "way back when!!" I came across these photographs and just had to share them!!
Hope you are all going to have a blissful Sunday!!
Non mi sono dimenticata dei dolcetti domenicali..... e oggi dei semplici cupcakes. Rosa naturalmente, rosa confetto per addolcire un pò queste giornate invernali.
Pink rose from our garden
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Pink tulips symbolize happiness, confidence and caring.
Step inside the fame to get a better view of the beautiful pink Hydrangea flowers ...
ZOOM IN !
I need a bit of colour in this raining days :))
Nothing better than PINK, the colour that goes with the fashion!!!
Pink azalea blooms. Some minimal editing / cropping. Background is a light overcast sky.
My intent was to capture the existing blooms on this lone branch, and more particularly the three flowers in the foreground that were about to bloom as well as the associated greenery.
I went back and forth trying to decide if I wanted a bit more focus on the open blooms behind or the closed blooms and leaves / greenery in front, and ultimately opted for the latter as the unopened blooms represent the beauty of anticipation and patience.
Hello my friends, have a great day! Greetings from Brazilian friend! -/- SEE LARGE
Someone I worked with many years ago gave us these bulbs which grow into pretty pink flowers. Sadly have forgotten what they are. Some sort of Lilly I would think ... ☺ Thank you Joan (After the Rain) for the ID. NERINE or Guernsey Lilly.
How could a bee be unhappy surrounded by beautiful pink belladonnas. I had no idea this bee was in the flower until he backed out, giving me just enough time to snap his photo before he took off to another blossom.
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