We don’t get lots of falling leaves in autumn colors here but we do have some lovely orange flowers, even when upside down. πŸ™‚ This beauty is formally known as Caesalpinia pulcherrima , a member of the pea family, and more familiarly as Pride of Barbados, Barbados Flowerfence, Peacock Flower, Mexican Bird of Paradise, Dwarf Flamboyan, Caesalpinia, and Dwarf Poinciana.

β€œOrange strengthens your emotional body, encouraging a general feeling of joy, well-being, and cheerfulness. Orange vibration foods are: oranges, tangerines, apricots, mangoes, peaches and carrots.”
~Tae Yun Kim, The First Element: Secrets to Maximizing Your Energy

Orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow. ~Wassily Kandinsky

Life in Colour: orange

Comments
  1. Dan Antion says:

    I love seeing things upside down in reflections 😊

  2. Cool reflections of those flowers.

  3. babsje says:

    Stunningly beautiful reflections! Best, Babsje

  4. Amy says:

    Very beautifully captured, Janet!

  5. Wow! This is gorgeous

  6. Heyjude says:

    Quirky photo of lovely flowers.

  7. restlessjo says:

    Nice one! Well… quite a few, really!

  8. de Wets Wild says:

    You have a wonderful photographer’s eye, Janet!

  9. We don’t have the changing leaves here in Florida.
    It’s nice to see some of the colorful foliage photographs
    from others. Great reflection … Be safe … Isadora 😎

  10. Prior... says:

    Cool photo and both quotes are interesting Janet! Really artsy – the Kandinsky one made me smile and the Yun Kim one really does seem true about orange and the joy connected
    🧑

  11. […] Orange Reflections (photo by a visitor & photo collaborator of this post) […]

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