Sunday, November 11, 2007

Beach Flowers - My Wordless Sunday

16 comments:

Will Pow said...

Beautiful blog!

Jay Cam said...

wow those purple flowers are beautiful!

what a find!

Susanne in Key West said...

Thank you Will
for stopping by and making this nice comment.

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Jay,

thank you for your kind comment. I'm glad you liked my blog.

Come visiting more often, I bring up here every day something new.

denny said...

Hi Susanne... just stopped by for a visit. Awesome photos as always. ;)

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi denny

thanks for stopping by and making such a nice compliment.

Titania Starlight said...

I love purple flowers. They look so delicate. Hope you are having a fabulous weekend.

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Twanyia

thanks for commenting and yes, my weekend was nice and relaxed!I hope yours too.:-)

Anna said...

Nice and refreshing, Anna :)

DigitalShutterMania said...

Hi Susanne,

Nice flower photo. Does it grown on the beach? In Thailand, there is a flower that rally looks like your photos. It normally grows on the beach and it's use for curing people who are burnt by fire jelly fishes.

Cheers
DSM

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi DSM,

I don't know anything about the healing fact of this flowers. Maybe they do...:-)
Thanks for your comment!

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Anna,
thank you too for ALL your refreshing comments, I appreciate that very much!:-)

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Purple is my favorite color so this is very nice. I'm liking this a lot!

Bob Johnson said...

Beautiful colors, purple has always been a fav of mine, are they actually growing where they are?

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Michele,

the purple color of this flowers make a nice contrast to the coral rocks, right? They are so filigree and beautiful. I like them too.

Thanks for your kind comment!

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Bob,

I thought your head is always up to the stars, I'm surprised, you see also the flowers on the ground!...LOL..

Thanks for this nice comment. Yes, they grow wild and beautiful on the beach there between the coral rocks.:-)

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