Flowers In Mexico – a photo essay

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I don’t have a lot to say about the flowers I’ve photographed in Mexico because, quite frankly, I don’t know the names of many of them. So I’ll let the flowers do most of the talking. Feel free to help out if you know what they are!

I think this is a Hibiscus with purple bouganvilea in the background. This was taken in front of the apartment where I stay when in Zihuatanejo.

The next few are also within 50 yards of the apartment.

 Just across the canal on Adelita Street is a little garden near my favorite restaurant, Salvador’s. I took the next photos in that garden.

The following photos are from a road trip I took up to the State of Michoacan.

And the following are those that my feeble mind just can’t place.

 The image cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.This is the tallest flower I’ve ever seen!

And, finally, a couple from my very favorite place in the entire world, Barra de Potosi.

Please let me know if you know what any of these flowers are. Until I learn the names I’ll just keep snapping the shutter and sharing the photos!



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