Dazzlers


 

In jungle stillness,
crab claw flowers grow, dazzling
disbelieving eyes.

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo: Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens, Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, México
 
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Posted on December 20, 2010, in Jalisco, Mellow Yellow Monday, Mexico, Mexico Mondays, One Single Impression, Puerto Vallarta, Ruby Tuesday. Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. They are gorgeous flowers, very cool looking. I saw them in Costa Rica. Happy MYM!

  2. O wow what extraordinary flowers! They look like a sprig of Christmas bells!

  3. Gorgeous!

    Mellow Yellow, hope you can still take a peek even if I am late with my visit. Have a merry Christmas!

  4. nature is brazen with these strings of exotic birds!

  5. Love the haiku. I see that a lot around here. 🙂

    Happy Ruby!

    Maria @ LSS

  6. How very exotic,these flowers are, more jungle like that ocean, actually.
    Love your haikus too.
    I have missed them.
    From Felisol

  7. Birds of Paradise! Lovely!

  8. Then not that ocean.
    It’s early in the morning.
    Sorry.

  9. What fascinating flowers! I’ve never seen them in real life.

  10. I’ve never SEEN these before…wow…so very beautiful and so very unique!

    Link to my Ruby Tuesday

  11. They are beautiful — and so is your haiku!

  12. Indeed! So very beautiful this!

  13. Wonderful haiku about the jungle nature…
    Lovely 🙂

  14. ~crab claw fingers~ of gorgeous holiday colors!! I love this…thanks for playing along!

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