Tag: Flower Photography

Gorgeous in Red – Flowers from Sri Lanka

Gorgeous in Red – Flowers from Sri Lanka Red flowers from Sri Lanka

Flower photography is one of my hobbies.I love enjoying the beauty of flowers and at the same time I love to capture those in different angles.During past few years I captured beautiful flowers in different destinations,but most of my favourite captures are from Sri Lanka.There is a reason for that.Usually in Sri Lanka I get […]

Smiling Gandapana Flowers – (Lantana Flowers)

Smiling Gandapana Flowers – (Lantana Flowers) Smiling Gandapana Flowers

Today I spent more time thinking what to post for Tuesday photo story post. I have lot of photos to share from my recent Sri Lanka holiday and recent Singapore visits. But, last week I had a break from blogging. I wrote some posts, but actually I had a break and spent on organizing my […]

Sri Lanka Flowers – Flowers Bright in Red

Sri Lanka Flowers – Flowers Bright in Red Flowers from Sri Lanka

This is another beautiful flower which we find commonly in Sri Lanka. Unfortunately I am not sure about its English name or botanical name. In Sri Lanka we call these flowers as ‘Gini Kuuru Mal’. Usually these are grown as small vines and we can see lot of tiny single flowers in the plant. Bright […]

Lady Jane Anthurium Flowers

Lady Jane Anthurium Flowers Anthurium

With long lasting flowers, different anthuriums will bloom throughout the year making any occasion beautiful with the flowers. Lady Jane Anthuriums are another variety which the flowers are usually smaller than the common anthurium flowers. With my love to flowers and flower photography, I captured these Lade Jane Anthurium at the Changi airport,Singapore.Changi Airport was […]

Photo Friday – Mimosa Flowers

Photo Friday – Mimosa Flowers Nidikumba

It is another Friday. This week was so fast and I can’t believe that it is almost another weekend. In my recent Sri Lanka holiday, I captured some flowers and this week I am featuring Mimosa flowers. In Sri Lanka we call these plants as ‘Nidikumba’ and it is a sensitive wild plant. If you […]