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Day 17 - Frangipani
Day 17 - Frangipani

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Camera: Canon EOS-30D
Lens: Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
Location: Home
Date: Feb 17, 2008
Aperture: f4.5
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/60
Galleries: Snapshot, Floral
Date Uploaded: Feb 17, 2008

Viewed: 412
Comments: 13
Favorites: 3 (view)

This frangipani was seemingly just a dead branch when I picked up on a building site. It was about a foot long. I brought it home and stuck it in a pot, left it the full sun, watered it occasionally and presto!! It's been in the pot for about two years now. This is the first time it's flowered.

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04/11/2009 09:29:00 PM
what a wonderful joy to come out in the yard and find your bloom...really like your picture...the colors and tones are so very rich and soft, yet sharp in focus...
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02/24/2008 09:47:44 AM
Not sure how I missed this earlier. It feels so soft. Great depth of field and lovely colour.
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02/20/2008 11:41:20 PM
Very unique flower. I like the bright yellow against the varied tones of green.
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02/19/2008 04:21:58 PM
I love the framing on this and the yellow colour, (my favorite) anyway this really appeals to me, such a pretty shot!
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02/18/2008 04:46:51 PM
What a wonderful flowers. I like the shape and the yellow center going to the white borders outside. Hope it's getting spring here soon.
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02/18/2008 01:02:10 PM
Wow! Very pretty! Love their colors, such neat looking flowers.
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02/18/2008 10:24:25 AM
That's amazing that you brought it back from near death. Nice, clean picture, and white/yellow really stands out well against the background. For some reason this flower looks really fragrant.
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02/18/2008 08:02:26 AM
OHHH, how lovely , Greg ! I love the creamy/yellow tones of the petals- you must be proud of your rescued branch :)
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02/18/2008 02:42:18 AM
I love the Frangipani or plumeria, they are such wonderful flowers to look at, photograph, smell and make leis out of. Thanks for bringing on the Aloha Greg.
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02/17/2008 09:07:23 PM
How cool is that! You must have a green thumb - aren't you a Taurus? That's a Taurus thing. Lovely photo - great detail. I don't know if they have a scent, but from your photo I imagine they do.
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02/17/2008 05:41:30 PM
These flowers are stunning! Good for you to take a chance on a dead looking branch, you deserve those beautiful flowers!
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02/17/2008 04:28:51 PM
Gorgeous blossoms..Nice it took root and developed into an outstanding plant.. Can justsee a little of the leaves which look tropical and big..
Very nice shot..YOu did it justice..
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02/17/2008 03:57:04 PM
oohh! greg this is beautiful! I can smell the sweet scent and it feels so soft & creamy too, espec the center green berries' textures..this is visually so appealing, so many nice things to see, wish you could attach a scratch & sniff...ahhhh
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