2/25/15

Wednesday around the World


This is a bloom from the Butterfly Garden that we visited. I will be blogging about it soon.
*edit* Thanks, Magia over at Magic Ines, for identifying this as a passion flower!

Now that I have shown you mine, it's your turn to show me yours! Blog a photo of what's going on in your world this week and link up below. Then you can visit the world by clicking on the other links.





20 comments:

Mari said...

Was that macro shot? It is so pretty.

Linda said...

Lovely! Such sweet colors.

Linda W. said...

Pretty flower! Such an unusual color.

Tamar SB said...

So pretty!

Buckeroomama said...

What an interesting flower!

Amy Franks said...

very pretty flower, what is it?

Jill Harrison said...

wow such an interesting flower. I look forward to finding out what it is.
have a great week.

barbara said...

Your flowers are always so beautiful!

Pieni Lintu said...

So pretty!

miss-red-fox said...

Beautiful flower and beautiful picture! I love that intense color!

Magia da Inês said...

هჱ⊱
Passei para uma visita.
Conheço uma flor parecida com essa mas com cor diferente, é rocha. Chamada flor de maracujá. Os frutos são chamados de maracujá e são ótimos na culinária.

Ótima quarta-feira!
Beijinhos do Brasil.

ه°·✿✿

Aimeecakes said...

A beautiful close up and a very interesting looking flower!

EG CameraGirl said...

The bloom is absolutely gorgeous!

carol l mckenna said...

magnificent and colorful macro shot!

Happy week to you,
artmusedog and carol

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Wonderful summer color! I'd think butterflies would absolutely love it.

jandi said...

lovely shot!

Erica Sta said...

Wonderful Bloom for WATW ....

CountryMouse said...

That is a very pretty flower. Looks similar to a passion fruit flower. Such a pretty colour.

Rambling Woods said...

It is beautiful and I have to remember to link in..right now I am posting about an injured goose I am trying to help and I don't think most would be interested...Michelle

Valerie said...

Passionfruit flowers are indeed stunning and this is no exception - thanks for sharing Betty