Filed under Kaua'i flowers, Kaua'i scenery
Tagged as Acalypha hispida, Agavaceae, Aloe vera, arachnids, Argyreia nervosa, banana, Barbados aloe, Bird of Paradise, Bromeliad, Chenille plant, Cordyline australis, Eucalyptus deglupta, Guzmania lingulata, Hawaii, Hawaii flowers, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, Hawaiian red hibiscus, Hawaiian White Hibiscus, Hibiscus brackenridgei A. Gray, Hibiscus kokio, Kaua'i, Kauai flowers, Ki, Koki'o Kea, Kokio, Kokio Ula, Kokio Ulaula, mai'a, Maku, Ma`o-hau- hele, McBryde National Tropical Botanical Garden, medicinal aloe, Menemerus bivittatus, Mindanoa Gum tree, Musa paradisiaca, Native Yellow Hibiscus, Orange star., Orchid, Ornamental Ti, Pua Aloalo, Scarlet star, spider, spider web, Strelitzia reginae, Wild ginger, Zingiber zerumbet, `Awapuhi Kuahiwi
Gorgeous series, Linda! Nothing like viewing amazing splashes of color in the middle of a cold, gray winter. Beautiful dew drop (or rain drop) photography! Stunning colors. Thanks for sharing images of amazing Hawaiian tropical foliage you viewed while on vacation. A breath of fresh air!
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