Sunday, February 8, 2015

Mosaic Monday #27 Beauty in the Sun

Since we've been in Florida I've been sharing on FB various flowers I see each morning on our walk. It's been nice to see the colour, form and texture of plants that don't grow at home. Even though I do know the botanical names of most, I won't bore you with them, I'm merely showing them for your pleasure too.
The last mosaic is from a previous trip where the landscaping was done by professionals to include a wider variety of plant material.
To my friends at home, stay warm!
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44 comments:

  1. Judith, it sounds wonderful to be able to take a walk and see these lovely flowers blooming.. Much better than looking at snow.. Your images are beautiful! Thanks for hosting, have a happy week ahead!

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  2. Lovely, colourful, happy-looking plants and flowers!
    Thank you for sharing them with us!

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  3. What a pleasure to see your flower mosaics this morning Judith. Thank you for Mosaic Monday 27. It is a pleasure to join in this week.
    Joy

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  4. Wonderful colours and textures are those flowers ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  5. What a treat to see warmth and flowers right now :)

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  6. Such lovely tropical colorful flowers and plants.....here we have a major storm hitting us...4 ft of snow on the ground and at least a foot or 2 more coming. I decided to link in with my deer post from Thursday and there is a deer poem today both with mosaics. But I didn't want to link in 3 posts as I will link in tomorrow's Garden blog post too. Enjoy your time in FL as winter will still be going on when you return.

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  7. Doesn't the sunlight and the flowers of the tropics just seem plain magical? We are basking in Hawaii right now enjoying similar blooms. A beautiful post, Judith!

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  8. Pretty exquisite flowers, Judith. Enjoy your time in the warm weather. Like your little shell embellishments!

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  9. Floridian flowers are such a joy to see when most of the N hemisphere s in the depth of winter, Judith. I'm glad you are enjoying your vacation and the sun and warmth there!

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  10. Beautiful blooms with lots of gorgeous colour. Here the snow has sucked what little colour we had right out. You are missing out on some icy rain and snow this weekend.

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  11. The flowers look beautiful, Judith. I especially like the bottlebrush bloom. Love the little shells and butterfly between your images too!
    Hugs, Beth

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  12. What beautiful flowers - I'm so glad you are getting some relief from the storms up north. We had a partly sunny day today and really enjoyed it.

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  13. I've enjoyed seeing your flower posts on Facebook Judith, especially that hot pink round bloom. They are all unique looking and interesting to see. Have a wonderful week. I hope you're still basking in the sun. :)

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  14. Dearest Judith; Wow how beautiful and exquisite texture of your flower pictures♡♡♡ The red one in the first picture and long shaped one in the secound picture are my favorite♪
    And thank you very much for your sweet comment for my previous post.
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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  15. Hi Judith, How nice that you can be in Florida during this cold, dreary month of the year! :) These flower images are beautiful!! Thank you so much for hosting Mosaic Monday and have a wonderful week.

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  16. These are so pretty Judith!

    Deanna

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  17. Judith, So glad you are enjoying lots of tropical beauty. Soak up lots of Vitamin D and G while you're there. Maybe you can identify some of the blooms on my post that I couldn't... Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos!!

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  19. Hello to you down there in the warmth! How lovely. Love those tropical flowers, and, can't wait to see them myself, because I just booked us a week in Mexico! I know we don't have the snow you do out East, but this relentless rain is getting to us all. :D

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  20. Beautiful flowers..thank you for hosting.

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  21. Tropical flowers are so bright and they do well under the strong light. Looks like you are enjoying your time in the Florida sunshine!

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  22. Hi Judith and thanks for hosting! Love your photos...looks like you're having a wonderful time!
    Ruth

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  23. It is always interesting to study the native flora when you travel about. The tropics do have such interesing and unusual flowers.

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  24. How lovely Judith and I'm sure you're enjoying the warmth before you head north again!
    Our weather here has been hot and humid except for the last two days have been cooler and much more comfortable.
    Interesting flowers.
    Many thank yous for hosting.
    Shane

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  25. your flower photos are gorgeous! love the first one best, so vibrant!

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  26. superbe j'ai hâte de revoir toutes ces fleurs dans mon jardin
    c'est tonique
    bonne semaine
    tendresse
    edith (iris France

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  27. What a delight for the eyes (and nose too, I suspect)! That bottle brush type plant is so pretty and interesting!

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  28. oh! Bottlebrush in Florida how lovely!
    Happy holidays!

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  29. Such an improvement over the drab grey I see when I look out my window..Thanks for sharing and hosting..Enjoy the warmth..

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  30. Such beautiful flowers Judith! The first one is so cute! A lot of bloggers in the UK are showing their garden flowers already! I'm afraid we're far behind them there. Enjoy the warmth ;)
    Wendy

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  31. These flowers are delightful Judith, definitely cheerful on a dull and chilly morning. Thanks so much for hosting Mosaic Monday.

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  32. Such beautiful blooms!!! I am intrigued by the first flower that you showed, and wondered what it is? Lovely mosaics - as always! xx

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  33. What lovely blooms these are, the colour of the top one is so amazing. Have a wonderful week Judith and thank you always~

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  34. Love to see flowers on a walk - great minds think alike! Do you mind if I open a window as I'm keeping rather too warm here at the mo?!!
    May your week be filled with more gorgeous flowers!
    Wren x

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  35. Oh those are very beautiful flowers. It makes me think of spring and summer so much... Good thing there's pictures like that to look at during the winter. Hehe, so pretty, so cheerful and so uplifting. Thank you for posting.

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  36. Enjoy the warm weather and sunshine. I love the photos.

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  37. Thank you so much for hosting! I am glad you're enjoying SW Florida. And hope for no more rainy days during your stay. Have you been to the Edison House? I read that the rose gardens are lovely now. (Which still seems bizarre to me ... In February!)

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  38. Your flower photos are beautiful Judith!

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  39. Beautiful!!! I can't wait to get my toes in the mud soon very soon...

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  40. That's so beautiful and looks so tropical! It's so interesting to follow your blog. thank you for sharing the beauty from the other side of the world.

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  41. your flower photos are absolutely beautiful makes me want spring to show up soon

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