This photo was taken in Honduras. I loved how the green vegetation looked against the clouds.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance.
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I do, too!
The color really popped out for me there.
Love the little flashes of flower, hibiscus? that grow all over the tropics 🙂
I do believe you are right, it is hibiscus. That is one of my favorite flowers. They remind me of my childhood in California.
Looks like a hibiscus flower in the back. Very green I must say!
It was green! I remember my first morning and coming out of my room and noticing the green. Really impressive.
Beautiful! Wish I were there 🙂
Me too, and those little (and that) red flowers (white flower) ice the cake with sprinkles. Nice shot! 🙂
They are wonderful splashes of color. Thanks!
The colours are just gorgeous
So pretty. We have something similar at the end of our street in yellow. They make me smile everytime I see them 🙂
I bet they would make me smile as well.
I like the green very much.
It has a lot of character.
Very striking – and I also like the bright red flowers!
Me too…thanks Fergiemoto!
I can drown in the greens. My campus is filled with trees, lovely trees. I love being ‘covered’ in greens. 🙂
I am so envious!
It is nearly as lush as our garb after all this rain!
The rain is killing my lettuce. My other plants are surviving, but my poor lettuce is drowning. But I am loving the greenness of all the trees, grass, and plants.
Yes, nice contrast.