Seeing Tropical Flowers When Traveling

One of the things that we enjoy when traveling to destinations such as Central and South America are the beautiful flowers. We have gone to botanical gardens and seen some amazing flowers, but there is something special about seeing them in the wild. They have such vibrant colors, especially all of the red varieties. They are often very unique and different than what can be found throughout other regions of the world. We also find that photographing these flowers provide very striking pictures as they tend to almost have a 3-D quality to them at times. Here are a few of our favorite photographs of these tropical flowers.

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Flower in the Jungle of Panama

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Flowers in the Jungles of Ecuador

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Tropical Flower

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In the Denver Botanical Garden

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Jungle Leaves in Bolivia

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Another Tropical Flower in Panama

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Flowers in the Dark of the Jungle in Bolivia

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In the Embera Village

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Feathery Flowers

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More Flowers at the Botanical Gardens

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Unique Flower in Ecuador

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Flower in the Tropical Rain

 

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5 Responses to Seeing Tropical Flowers When Traveling

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    My favorite color for flowers. 😀 😀

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  2. Loving all the different plants!

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  3. Hibiscus is my one of the favourites

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