JOYFUL GRATITUDE #35
One of the wonderful things of exploring Thailand was the quantity of plants everywhere. On many street corners, balconies, house fronts there were lovely plants. There were all sorts of frangipanis (which are one of my all time favorites since I lived in Australia) but the gorgeous colours on these ones shown above defy anything I’d seen yet.
This lovely lotus shot after a small rainshower is magical. Nature really knows how to combine colours.
How could I resist making a close-up of such a tiny furry leaf… it’s pure perfection!
There were also plenty of lovely flowers as decoration around the temples.
In Surat Thani as I was walking by the river, I came across this plant vendor’s shop on wheels. I admired the collection of luscious green pot plants for every taste, expertly squeezed onto every square centimeter of the cart.
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I have been to Thailand a number of times and it is a very beautiful country. Nice people, beautiful scenery, delicious food, beautiful temples etc.
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