Interesting Foliage in South America

During our trips to South America, we have come across some very interesting plants and trees. Especially when it comes to visiting the Amazon, there are often pops of bright color amid the mostly dense green foliage. Although they came in many different colors, the vibrant red flowers and leaves certainly stood out. Some of them were fairly normal looking, but others are very different and unique. We often take photographs of wildflowers during our hikes, so it seemed natural to capture images of these flowers as we trekked around the jungle. Do you take photos of seemingly random flowers or plants as you travel or hike?

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Budding Flowers

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Is It a Seed Pod?

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Pop of Color

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Vibrant Red

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Colorful Leaves

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Fairly Average Flower

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Unique Flower

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Reflection on the River

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In the Darkness of the Jungle

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Red Leaves

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Getting Ready to Open

 

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3 Responses to Interesting Foliage in South America

  1. Christmas in September! 😊

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  2. Cee Neuner says:

    The reds really show off their color. 😀

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  3. Hammad Rais says:

    Very lovely captures of red these are 🙂

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