Sunday, May 27, 2012

SUMMER DELIGHTS- BOURGAINVILLAE

You will find them in many places in summer with their bright beautiful colors waving cheerily at you. They light up the surroundings which is otherwise dull and dry. You just can’t miss them and they have a way of making you feel light and happy. Here are some photos for your visual pleasure. Have a nice day.
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26 comments:

  1. and a pleasure it is...beauty and peace...love all the colors...

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  2. Hi Joseph, Seeing your post after a big gap. Lovely captures of differently hued bougainvilleas. Superb,beautiful & charming. Hope you had a great week end.

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  3. lLove colors, certainly makes the summer more pleasant. Here the remps are soaring - 47 -48*C, every thing is on fire, so its nice to see such beauty

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  4. Hello Joseph, lovely pictures. most enjoyable to look at.

    You may not be able to get able to get back to my blog at present as I am having trouble with Internet Explorer.
    I have changed browsers to Google Chrome where my blog can been seen.
    Hope you are well.
    Yvonne.

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  5. A visual treat indeed...BURP! (excuse me)

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  6. Hi Joseph, Flowers do make me smile too..They are everything that is beautiful.Marking the arrival of Spring. Bring forth from the ground the manifestation of the creators perfection.

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  7. Lovely, Joseph...thank you.

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  8. Hi joseph sir

    wow! beautiful...

    it is created by nature...

    beautiful capture

    thanks

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  9. So pretty. They remind me of the azalia bushes we have here in the us. Lovely colours. Many blessings to you. Come see my blog soon. I miss hearing from you.

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  10. These simple wonders of nature is what cheers up everyone.
    Well captured.

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  11. Thanks for the information... I really love your blog posts... specially those on Helping Organisations

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  12. Namaste...
    Blessings to you and the family.
    Lovely flowers, thanks for sharing.

    stay blessed.
    rhapsody

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  13. Oh, these are just beautiful. The colours are so vibrant. I don't think I have seen anything like these here in the UK - they are stunning

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  14. We have these flowers in Hawaii everywhere and I love how they splash color everywhere. I have a feeling I'd feel right at home in India.

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  15. joesph...always good to hear from you...hope the summer is going well for you...as regard to my post...we had severe wind storms along the east coast of the US which has left millions without power...and many without water...at the same time it has been over 100 each day...we are making it though...and working relief shelters currently to keep people cool and safe...

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  16. Thank you for your comment Joseph, lovely to hear from you.
    I was saddened at the story you told me about the lady close to you. It was a dreadful thing to happen.

    After my husband passed away I received his pension he paid into in bulk and gave each one of my three children an amount.
    My youngest son moved to Spain and has made a life for himself there, met and married a welsh lady and is very happy though not well paid yet he has never asked me for a penny if or when troubles came knocking, The other two here in the UK have always asked when they had money problems and I their loving mother never refused, When I needed help over a health problem just comfort and a hug they suddenly din't want me. My eldest son sent me the follow text message: "You are no longer my mother, my children don't have a grandmother, you are going to die an evil wickid old women" that was last year. My daughter a month ago phoned to say she was coming for a visit, she arrived with an attitude about her saying she was fed up with my health problems (I have epilepsy and adnormal cells which could lead to cancer) and walked out of my life. The stress makes my epilepsy worse so I have a choice of two things(a) hope things will get better between them or (b) totally forget them which will be hard as they are my own children,

    Hope you are ok and life is treating you ok, weather hear horrendous on continual flood alert, where is the summer I ask?
    Take care my friend.
    Yvonne.

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  17. your blog is beautiful :)

    Visit: fantasist.blogspot.com/

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  18. The flowers are so lovely. Over here in my country, it grows well in the summer months. Your blog is interesting with its diversity of topics written. Much to learn from, especially bout your country. Thanks for sharing.

    Blessings to you and your family.
    Ellen

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  19. Hi Joseph, Many thanks for stopping by Pen and Paper. Hoping all is well with you and yours, best wishes PW.

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  20. Beautiful photos of those flowers, Joseph. Thank you for sharing!

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  21. Hello Mark,

    Many thanks for remembering me and leaving a comment in my blog. Have you stopped blogging. I cannot reach your blog.

    Best wishes,
    Joseph

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