05 September 2010

Flowers of the Eastern Cape #17 - Plumbago second time around

I have really enjoyed this project, which was to photograph the indigenous flowers that have been blooming throughout the winter months and have decided to continue with it.

This week I am featuring the plumbago for a second time around. Wherever I have gone I have come across one in flower. Ignore the elephant and enjoy the flowers.


The plumbago is so simple, yet so striking.

4 comments:

Firefly said...

PEDP's Sunday post also features plumbago. I always loved it when the UK tourists said that they grow them in pots back home and can't believe how they grow in the wild over here.

Scriptor Senex said...

Such a beautiful colour. I hope the elephant didn't tread on too many of them.

katney said...

Oh, yeah! Let's ignore the elephant in the room...

Rose said...

It is hard to ignor the elephant...I loved elephants when I was a child. Teh flowers are pretty.