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Posted By: eaglem, 11-29-2021, 05:07 PM

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Not familiar with it, but it is an exquisite bloom. Well presented in this image. Nice one.
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Not familiar with it, but it is an exquisite bloom. Well presented in this image. Nice one.
This is what it looks like when fully opened

11-30-2021, 03:33 AM   #4
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Nice shot! My wife`s Frangi`s have been out for the last 8-10 days over here.

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Nice shot! My wife`s Frangi`s have been out for the last 8-10 days over here.
we're just starting to get warm days now.
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You are off to a great start EM! I look forward to several months of your Frangi bloom images.
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You are off to a great start EM! I look forward to several months of your Frangi bloom images.
Thanks Todd

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QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
This is what it looks like when fully opened
Thanks. More exquisite.
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Thanks. More exquisite.
Thank you
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Those are frangipani?!
I'm glad to finally have them identified.
Where I was posted for several years, the cemeteries of Chinese expats were filled with these flowers, or something very much like them, and I always wondered....
Beautiful flowers, and beautiful images of them that you've captured.
Angky.
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Those are frangipani?!
I'm glad to finally have them identified.
Where I was posted for several years, the cemeteries of Chinese expats were filled with these flowers, or something very much like them, and I always wondered....
Beautiful flowers, and beautiful images of them that you've captured.
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Thank you kindly
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Nice shot.
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Nice shot.
Thank you
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Ah, delightful! Thanks, EM. Ours are more or less finished for the season, but I know I can get my fill of them in your images!

(Angky, they are very fragrant and bloom in many colors, EM is The Master of Plumeria Images)
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Ah, delightful! Thanks, EM. Ours are more or less finished for the season, but I know I can get my fill of them in your images!

(Angky, they are very fragrant and bloom in many colors, EM is The Master of Plumeria Images)
Ssssssssssssh Julie you're making me blush
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