21. Primary Colors

Well Red and Yellow anyways….I was fascinated by all of the bromeliads at the show!  I have never seen a lot of the variations they had there, and this one just screamed “Look at Me!”.

Look how they just brightened up this garden of paper whites!

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~ by Tammy on January 21, 2011.

25 Responses to “21. Primary Colors”

  1. Oh my goodness Tammy! I have never seen one of these before, but it is amazing! The texture you captured is incredible. It looks almost like someone painted it!

  2. Hi Tammy,
    They are beautiful! Up close they look like painted sticks. But in that arrangement of white, Beautiful. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  3. Wow! That is awesome looking! So pretty and vibrant. Great capture.

  4. it’s really amazing, it’s wonderful, the colors, the composition, I like the very well done picture(s)

  5. What an interesting plant. You captured it beautifully.

  6. Terrific colors! I especially like your close-up.

  7. I’ve never seen anything like this plant. Love the yellow and red.

  8. Going by your description, it’s common or Garden name must be a “Tammy Plant”! LOL (pssst wanna buy a house?)

  9. I don’t think I have ever seen those before. They are stunning.

  10. Really beautiful flowers! Love the colors.

  11. Both really cool and fantastic primary colors too, although I know the Narscissus is your fav. I was at my botan garden today and the smell was so strong, it was intoxicating.

  12. What a unique looking plant. So bright and happy.

  13. Well, if this isn’t the coolest plant ever!!!

  14. WOW! Very vibrant . . . makes me hope that Spring comes real soon!

  15. LOve the top shot–those elemental colors with the subdued but similar shapes as a counterpoint in the background.

  16. Oh how I love bromeliads! These are great! Love that second shot with all those amazing blooms!

  17. great strong colors, exactly what I need to se right now. Must have been a great show. This one we have as houseplant and they bloom quite a long time when bought but then….. never saw a flower again

  18. Great images of a wonderful plant!

  19. What a wonderful shot of color, and a really interesting plant. Love it with the paper whites!

  20. That is one very cool looking plant.

  21. Beautiful plant! Guess you had a touch of spring today! Hope it holds you over for the real thing. 🙂

  22. These were very common in Brazil but not here in Sweden. Sometimed you can buy them as an indoorplant. Fantastic colours! They make you happy 🙂

  23. These truly look like they have been dipped in paint! What an awesome sight they make with the narcissus. Beautifully captured, Tammy.

  24. Those don’t even look real…look like they are constructed of wax. Great sharp detail shot. Wish there was a botanical garden closer than 4 hours from here.

  25. Nice shot – I like how the primary colors are central to the image and really dominate it – good choice for the theme.

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