Saturday, March 15, 2008

Red leaves

Summer Poinsettia
I saw a different plant along our apartment compound, which sends signal like a flower have bloomed. One day went near to see it was leaves with red color in middle or beginning of the leaf. I posted it in picanswers.com to know the name... it gives clue of Poinsettia and after browsing I come to know it was Summer Poinsettia, Mexican Fire Plant (Euphorbia cyathophora). In night, this reflects like red light.

Canna Lily
Find this flower Canna Lily beside a road, when going on wheels one evening.

13 comments:

Annie said...

I have always liked the colors red and green together. Perhaps I was influenced by flowers such as these. Your photos are delightful, Jeevan.

Ponniyinselvan said...

dear jeevan,
sorry for my long absence.summer has started.scorching sun.write about it.
sweetest karthikeyan

Keshi said...

beautiful colors!

Keshi.

di.di said...

that lily is awesome.

Azer Mantessa said...

some things do survive resiliently and beautifully ... cool :-)

backpakker said...

what an observation you have...the colours look stunning..I used to like cannas a lot..

Jeevan said...

Annie – that was differently looking plant with two different leaves. Thank you annie.

Ponniyinselvan – Hope you are doing well ma, will call you sometime. The hot starts and its to pick up heat soon, but it was better for few days last week it was poring. Take care :)

Keshi – Thank you dear.

Di.di – I hope your blog open now.

Azer – Thanks so much :)

Backpacker – Hi, welcome here and it was nice having u. Thank you :)

Alok said...

amazing eye u have for photography .. try more of it


Alok

Shiva said...

The colours are intense. Good snaps Jeevan.

Anonymous said...

Lovely pics Jeevan:)

Pria

tulipspeaks said...

pretty pretty flower!

ammu.

Jeevan said...

Alok – Thank you :) canna flower is one taken last year, but to post now.
Shiva – Thank you buddy :)

Pria – thank you too :)

Ammu – hum… thanks dear.

krystyna said...

Very beautiful!
Thanks for sharing, Jeevan!