Tigridia Post. I Have To, The Photos Are Piling Up.

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I think I’ll do all pink ones.

   
I’m beginning to think that wasps are the main pollinators of my tigridia – unless it is just the wind doing the job?

  
   
 
Did you notice? Most are pink and white, but some are pink and yellow!

  
   
   
   
   
I had a hard time deciding if this was red or pink… So much for the stereotype that women know all the colours. I think it’s more red, now – comparing to the other pictures. Oh well! 

   
 A bit battered.
  
   
 Not quite open yet, but I had to go to work. Hence the very abused steel-toe Caterpillar Boots in frame.

 

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  1. My most favourite colours for sure! Absolutely stunning flowers and photos HTBS. I am glad you shared them. I would never get tired of looking at them. Thanks! 😀 ♥

    • This is Brantley from The Brantley Blog, by the way. I’m working a new blog called “The Story in the Frame” now. It’s an artistic collaboration between myself and my girlfriend (a photographer). I’m writing short stories about her photography! I just wanted to reconnect with you since you were a follower of The Brantley Blog (back when it existed)! Hope all is well with you!

    • Hi Brantley! Will have to check out the new digs.

      They DO look like spaceships! Babylon 5 always comes to mind for me.
      Sadly they are only open for a few daylight hours, so no glowing. They are native to S. America, probably more lily-like than anything else I know of.

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