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They are so bright, they are bringing in a lot of cheer in to my morning.. they make lovely water colors :-)
Thanks for brightening up Monday Morning and blowing away the blues with this beautiful pic! Have a great week ahead!
soo beautiful Sanghamitra.You always show the beauty of nature especially the beautiful Frnipanis in an magical way.This time in Delhi too I am so surprised to see Frangipani growing in abundance everywhere.Rrminds me of your lovely photography:)
Such Beautiful Pictures. Great :)
Yes indeed - a tropical beauty and all the more it comes alive in your clicks.
Yes it is beautiful.
Gorgeous Sanghamitra, you photos made my morning:):)
Simply gorgeous! I had no idea that Plumeria had pink blooms too. Ours has canary yellow flowers and are in their last blooms for the season. Fall in Texas is the end of the season for tropical flowers.
These brought a warm smile to my face.. it's cold and damp and rainy here... wishing you a blessed day ..xo HHL
Lovely posts.. always. so serene and thoughtful. I love these flower photos.. xo marlis
Very pretty! You captured them wonderfully!
Beautiful flowers! And I know how fragrant they smell. I see mostly white in this type of flowers. Your flower color is beautiful...Christine
These are just gorgeous!! I sure wish I had something like that growing here! THanks for stopping by! I really apologize for taking so long to get by her:-)
The flowers are lovely , enhansed for our viewing by your excellent photography skills. Its tuesday morning here and raining in North Carolina. Thanks so much for visiting me at 155 Dream Lane and for leaving such a nice comment. Your newest followerSonny
Beautiful photography. The flowers are just stunning. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty
Like always my friend, everything is stunning!! Love the flowers, so lovely with those colors and I know they have a sweet perfume to them! Thanks for your lovely visit, I do appreciate them very much. Hugs,FABBY
Simply beautiful! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Have a terrific week and keep taking your wonderful pictures!
Your pictures are always so beautiful, they seem to burst from the screen. Thanks so much for sharing.Patti
Beautiful, I love franjipanis!
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Absolutely stunning.. hugs ~lynne~
What beauty to behold! Beautiful.
ths luks awesome...
Such beautiful flowers in the pink shades....and I know they smell wonderful, too!! Your photography is always so lovely....thanks for sharing!! Hugs, Francy
Great pics as always. Thanks for linking up at Beach Cottage Good Life Wednesdays.
Hi, Sanghamitra! Do you know the name of these flowers? I'd like to know. Is it plumeria? The photo you took of them showcases them beautifully!
@Alycia Nichols~Yes, this is Plumeria, the common name is Frangipani. Tropical or subtropical beauties. Love your sweet comment as always.Have a great weekend!
Your pictures are beautiful!
Gorgeous, gorgeous flowers!
OMG ..Your Plumeria is so beautiful... Gorgoeus color.... Thanks for shraing the magic...Hugs
Gorgeous! Love all the pics!
I love plumeria! Beautiful pictures...~JamieS
How beautiful and what amazing color. I love your site! Thank you for sharing!!
What absolutely stunning photos and flowers! Sure beats the mums in my yard! Thanks for sharing at our fall link up! Kim @ Exquisitely Unremarkable
Beautiful flowers to share and the the photo is amazing.xo, Jeanne
Enjoyed visiting you in another lovely part of our world. It is Saturday 10-5 in Texas. Nothing I enjoy more than pretty flowers.
Just beautiful!!! Thank you so much for linking up to our Fall Decor Party!!! :)Melissa @ Shabby Love
Stopping by from Liz's blog :) Your photos are stunning and the flowers are full of beauty. Thanks for sharing!
So Pretty! Lovely Photos!Thank you for sharing your post at Fresh-Cut Friday!~Liz
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