That is perfection!
Thank you for the compliment, Victoria! 🙂
Maria’s lovely protea photos are loaded with texture and color. Thanks for providing a shot of warmth today, Amy. 🙂
I love her beautiful site! I need to see some cheerful colors, too. Thank you, Jet! 🙂
Splendid images …
Incredible clarity and striking colors.
Thank you so much for sharing 🙂
Thank you, Sreejith! So glad I could share it with you. 🙂
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I took a look at Maria’s,at Sally’s,but I can’t take my eyes off your splendid beauty!That’s the definition of macro,of detail,of colour,of pure light … How impressively you captured its real essence Amy Dear!Great work ~
Have a brilliant day 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤ xxx
Thank you for liking this one! So very unusual tropical flowers. These are pincushion flowers that I captured in Hawaii.
🙂 ❤ ,3 ❤ xxx
iPhone photography is magic! Nice captures
Magic is the word for iPhone 🙂 Love how it capture flowers. Thank you for visiting!
My pleasure 🙂
Beautifully captured–the first is my favorite, because it shows details and hues. Yes, Maria’s blog is a joy, always introducing us to new floral delights. Happy Photo Challenge.
So glad to know you enjoy visiting Maria’s blog. 🙂 I feel like to spend a few days to go through her site. 🙂
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Amy, I like your image, what kind of flower is it? Thanks for the mention, I wasn’t expecting it at all! 😔
My pleasure, Maria! I love you tropical flowering Zone, you know that! So beautiful and well done. 🙂
It’s pincushion flower 🙂
It’s wonderful to see how Maria is sharing the beauty of her homeland. Lovely photos, Amy!
She has done remarkable job introducing flowers. 🙂 Thank you, Lisa!
absolutely gorgeous, Amy! i love the color 🙂 Maria’s spider orchid is so pretty; i’ve never seen one like it! thanks for the link 🙂
It’s pincushion flowers, so exotic and beautiful. 🙂 Maria’s is so knowledgeable.
Such extraordinary lighting in these Amy. Lovely the details of the fuzzy petals and gorgeous color.
Isn’t it?! I have never seen flowers like this one. iPhone captured the colors and light so well. 🙂 Thank you, Sue!
So happy you like it, Cindy! 🙂
Very beautiful exotic flower !! The first Photo is fantastic, superb !!
Isn’t is, Pt?! Hawaii tropical pincushion. 🙂
So exotic 🙂 Thank you, Raewyn!
Nature is most beautifully presented here, Amy!
Hi Christy! I’m so glad I could share this with you. 🙂 Thank you!
These are absolutely amazing shots Amy. So detailed and perfect! The saying : ‘The best camera is the the one you have with you’ is so true. My hubby also takes the most amazing shots with his iphone. 😀
Hi Sonel, So glad you stop by! I agree, the iPhone does amazing job. 🙂 Happy to see you! 🙂
Yeah, and don’t forget the one behind the iPhone hey? 😆
Really nice shots Amy! The last one is remarkable!
Thank you, Indah! Glad you like iPhone photos. 🙂 i 6 does well in capturing colors. 🙂
This is an original flower full of finesse. The light streaming on the flower is beautiful
So glad you like these exotic flowers. Easy snaps. Thank you, Christian!
Incredible photo Amy!! Wow!
Thank you Aletta! These pincushions are fabulous. 🙂
So exotic, I love this flower. I love your use of light.
exotically perfect Amy!! Beyond beautiful!!
Beautiful photo, Amy.
Oehoe!! Stunning. Looks like needles.
Thank you! It was a perfect time to shoot the moon. 🙂
Completely breathtaking, Amy! 🙂
Marvelous photo and a beautiful plant. The light in the second one is wonderful.
Thank you, Janet! The light was captured by accident. 🙂 Glad you like it.
Accidents can be beautiful, too. 🙂
Thank you so much for your encouraging comment 🙂
I love the way the image feels like there’s movement. Extremely, well done. : )
Thank you for letting me share the photo with you, Isadora!
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