I have heard of viburnum, but not the Chinese Snowball variety. Usually, I find white flowers a little boring, but these blooms have just the right amount of green to make them more interesting. . . .
It was really breezy yesterday–that’s why the background looks so windswept.
I’m kind of wishing I had planted one of these in our yard.
That’s all the photos for a couple of weeks. The day after tomorrow, I am leaving for Hawaii! So excited! Hoping to have lots of photos to share with you when I get back.
Truly beautiful blooms,
Thank you so much.
Hawaii! I want to go!
I hope one day I can travel as much as you do!
Oh, I used to travel a lot more than this, Thoughtsie. My best advice is to travel while you’re young–so much easier that way.
beautiful natural creations. enjoy hawaii – funny, i was lusting after going there myself this weekend. i need my hibiscus, frangipani, and Waikiki sunset fix from the Royal Hawaiian Hotel (aka the pink one).
I do love the hibiscus and plumeria. We’re going to Maui and Kauai so will miss that hotel. It sounds incredible.
I look forward to seeing your photos!
The blossoms have an interesting colour.
Have a lovely holiday. I’m looking forward to your photos.
Thanks, Caroline. Hopefully I’ll get some good shots this time. The last trip to Hawaii was with an inferior camera and the photos were so-so.
Love the minty green freshness of these blooms.
Have a wonderful time in Hawaii. I went about 10 years ago and still remember it as one of my favorite places. I can’t wait to see you photos when you return.
I’ll be in Amsterdam, so we’ll have to compare photos. 🙂
Oh, I didn’t realize your trip to Amsterdam was so close! Have a fantastic time, Jackie!
These are really pretty 🙂
Beautiful … flower and images. Have a wonderful trip. Looking forward to your Hawaiian posts when you get home.
Very, very lovely!
How pretty – you just find the prettiest nature shots.
I hope you are having a blast in Hawaii and I can’t wait to see your photos!