Ruby Tuesday: Poinsettias


wilding waterfall
cascading crimson torrent—
does it seek the sea?

© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo taken at The Butchart Gardens, Brentwood Bay, British Columbia.
For more Ruby Tuesday photos, click here.

Posted on January 18, 2010, in my digital photos, my haiku, Ruby Tuesday, Vancouver Island. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. They do appear to be a waterfall like arrangement of lovely flowers. A ruby mount of elegant rubies!

  2. bury my fair skins
    on slopes that lead to the sea
    some will find that sea
    Happy RT, M.M.T!
    I have a pretty
    piece of pottery on mine
    come ride to the sun
    .. [RT] [Poetry and Pics]

  3. That is huge and beautiful….great for RT photos.

  4. what a lovely ruby photo..are these flowers poinsettia?

    mine’s here

  5. oh I see, they are..hehe..sorry was not able to red the title

  6. Gorgeous!!!!

    My Ruby Tuesday is HERE. Do come join me if you can find time today.

  7. What a handsome bank of poinsettia! And a gorgeous looking setting for them. Nice shot.

  8. This is very beautiful

  9. Ahh…lovely cascade of red poinsettia! Very nice!

  10. I only know them growing in flower pots, never have seen them in a garden.

  11. Very nice arrangement of poinsettias. I like the white ones, too, they make a nice contrast to the red.

  12. Beautiful reds and a great shot. I love BC — hope we get to come back soon.Thanks for visiting at FT-L

  13. Great pic- I *love* poinsettias.

  14. awww lovely! i have only seen artificial of that.

    u may view mine here

  15. Lovely mix of Poinsettias 😉
    Hugs and blessings,

  16. I love the way they cascade
    your words are perfect

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