Vibrant Pinks

Time for me to educate myself on the flowers I’m capturing. Who can tell me what this one is called?

This is yet another section of the beautiful flower gardens in Vancouver’s Stanley Park.

Basking In The Sun - Photography

Basking In The Sun

Open To The World - Photography

Open To The World

Towering - Photography


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  1. I love the contrast of blue and pink in the last one!

  2. Wow this is a beautiful flower! Your photos make it look even livelier and more vivid ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Kaval

     /  May 24, 2012

    just one word..”wow”! ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Beautiful Flowers..

  5. Taking a long time for them to load but from my screen, it appears to be a Peony

    • Thanks for the feedback. I did a little digging and it appears to be a type of poppy ๐Ÿ™‚

      • OK as soon as my Peony opens I will share mine look like yours when they are just about done ๐Ÿ™‚ Our Poppies we grow are Orange but I bet they come in all sorts of colors thanks for letting me know Now I will be want some Pink Ones!

      • I love peonies so I’d love to see you share yours! I’ve always seen reddish poppies but apparently there are others like these pink ones and I think also the blue ones from my post called ‘Stanley Park Blues’.

      • OK I will check them out thanks!

      • ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Amazing shots. Beautiful flower -I just love that vibrant color. Don’t know the name unfortunately.

  7. Hi there. I think you’re nearly right with a poppy, but it’s a poppy anemone! See here:
    I love trying to solve mysteries! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Really love your last shot! I have a similar habit of including the sky in my flower shots, I think it makes for a better image with the contrast against the blue sky.

  9. getyerwitsoutforthelads

     /  May 25, 2012

    Your shots are beautiful, thank you for liking my post so I could come here and find them! ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Vibrant, indeed! Wonderful captures!

  11. Beautiful colours, especially in “Towering”.

  12. I agree with Cathy. Definitely an anemone (it’s a bulb). They come in some of the most vivid colors imaginable.

  13. oh how wonderful these photos and paintings — thank you for leading me here with your like on my sunflower! best to you, Katy


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