05 January 2008

Local beauties

One of the aspects I love about living in Richmond Hill is that there is always something new to see and photograph, if you keep your eyes open. Our walk this morning took us past St Cuthberts Church, Westbourne Road where were were invited into the church while taking pictures of plants and building.



While Suzi-k snapped away at stained glass windows and the building, I was focusing on these beauties.

Frangipanis on the street outside the Church


Up close and personal with the Frangipanis


Magnificent tree (I think it's a Tipiana Tipu) outside the garden of rememberance.


Pink Oleander in the Church garden


Around the corner in Glen Street, outside the Fisheries Compliance Office, I came across this varigated Canna.



Pink Hibiscus in Glen Street. Unfortunately it is no longer in its prime, but is still worth a shot

8 comments:

Lynette said...

Gorgeous, especially the thick, lucious-leaved frangipani and the twisted tree.

Jenty said...

The frangipani's are beautiful! And I love that tree!

Susanne in Key West said...

I love Frangipani flowers, they are so elegant and gracious! I have so may of them in our neighborhood.

Nice photos, Max!

dot said...

Wow! These are just beautiful. I especially like that first shot of the church. Both of you got some great shots!

Kerri said...

Wow....these are beautiful flowers! I particularly like the Frangipanis....just gorgeous!

photowannabe said...

Mafnificent shots of the tropical flowers. I like the shot of the church behind the bushes.

JB's Big World said...

Thanks for visiting me! You have some beautiful photos. Moy mom's favorite flower is the hibiscus.
--JB

Moi said...

those frangipanis are beautiful......i can never have enough of them..growing up in a tropical India, I have seen them all around moi :)

Thanks for your wishes, here's wishing you a very happy 2008 too :)