Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while today. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as good as when I arrived. I’ll be back!
I love when people camp out in my blog. And after careful inspection, I can see it is all in order 🙂
Thanks for camping here, and I look forward to a return visit.
Guau! (Spahish for WOW!) Es preciosa Angeline!!!!
Jajaja, me gusta el Guau! Gracias Ilargia
This is one of my favorite tropical flowers. Their colors and shape just exotingly exciting and yes, reminds me of the fun and laid back life in the tropics. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Thanks IT. This flower is one of the most beautiful to me. Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday filled with joy.
That’s a stunning shot of the crabs claw Angeline – just fabulous with the light shining through 🙂
Thank you. I didn’t even know the name of this flower. It was in the hotel lobby in Hawaii this last trip.
It’s proper name is Heliconia – that variety is commonly called a crab’s claw Heliconia. I thought it must have been from Hawaii 🙂
Ah, thank you. I’ve heard the name Heliconia before, but didn’t have it matched up with what it looked like. Thank you!
I wish I knew how to import a picture for you, because this crab’s claw variety isn’t the most common form – I guess you’d most often be right calling anything tropical that looks unreal and has those long pendulous paddle shaped leaves a Heliconia! 🙂
I call anything I find in Hawaii tropical 🙂 These flowers do look unreal to me.
I’ll put a comment over on your blog’s award page with my e-mail address (just don’t publish (approve) that comment, though I can’t remember if my e-mail info is on my demographics here on WP.
Hope they came through ok – I’m sure you saw them all over the place – they do scream tropical, don’t they? 🙂
Got ’em, thanks! I see these and just want to hop on a plane to go back, or to any tropical place for that matter 🙂
Little tropical flower you 🙂
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