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Beauty & Innocence – Gerbera Flowers:

Distinguished by their large, beautiful blooms and wide assortment of vibrant colors, gerbera daisies have become a favorite flower choice for expressing cheerful sentiments. Gerbera flowers are photographers delight and truly enchanting and picturesque. Gerbera daisy means beauty and innocence.  

Gerbera yellow front

Gerbera pair

Gerbera back bluesky

Gerbera back red

Cluster of small blossoms; Chinese Ixora:

Chinese Ixora flower bunch also known as jungle geranium is actually a cluster of many small blossoms formed into a huge ball. Photographed in a thickly wooded hilltop isolated area at Yercaud, TN, India.

Botanical name: Ixora chinensis    Family: Rubiaceae (coffee family)

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There are about 400 species of Ixora of which the majority are endemic in India, China and Malaysia. Today a large number of cultivars of Ixora coccinea and Ixora chinensis are being cultivated throughout the tropics for their long lasting flowers and attractive shiny leaves. The forms of Ixora chinensis are usually growing only 2.5′ to 3′ high (0.75m to 0.90m ), with colors ranging from white to pink and orange.

Chinese Ixora

Fresh bloom Lily:

Macro shot of fresh bloom water lily also known as Indian blue Lotus!! In real it was so beautiful; naturally it attracted many insects like Damselfly and bees.

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Flame of the forest – African tulip tree:

Spectacular view of African tulip flowering tree or “Spathodea” in full bloom on hilltop at Yercaud, TN, India was a sight to behold and cherished the moment against the clear blue sky and white fluffy clouds. See the close up view of another image apt to be named as flame of the forest.

african tulip

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Bee Buzzing Around:

Feast to the eyes watching so many takoff and landing of theses wonderful critter on a clear bright sunny day with lovely blue sky background.Bee in flight about to land on a flower bunch of Mexican Lilac and yellow trumpet flowering tree on a clear sunny day.

Bees 1

Bees 2

How do bumblebees find the best flowers in the field? It’s not just by smell, as you might think. It turns out that flowers generate a small electric field that bees can sense, drawing them in for a delicious taste of nectar.

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Bees and flowers, of course, co-evolved with a long-standing symbiotic relationship; the bees depend on flowers for nectar, which they use to produce honey, and flowers need bees to help pollinate other flowers.

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Bee in flight about to land on a flower bunch of yellow trumpet flowering tree against clear blue sky background.