such a delicious image. beautiful macro, jm.
Que linda planta, tão diferente da babosa que temos no Brasil!AbraçosLéia
Zounds! Your collection must be world-class! Fantastic.Re your question as to what the women were saying on the back of the motorcycles: I think, but wouldn't swear to it, that the one on the right said, "I sure as hell hope we get home soon, my ass is killing me!"Well, it's possible, right? :-)
Wonderful and wondrous! (At first I thought these were bananas - but of course they are green and hang the other way around...)
Calling by as another Floral Friday Foto participant, wow we grow this but it never flowers!
Great shot and isn't if fun when things bloom for the first time?Have a very Happy Easter!
Lovely capture!Pink Tulips
Wow!! Love this photo - well done!! When I first pulled up your blog, I thought that they were bananaz - LOL!
Beautiful! As you know, I love these blooms!
beautiful blooms. almost look like bananas.
Gorgeous! What a great capture! Like some of the others, my first thought was upside down bananas!! Magnificent plant and colors! Have a wonderful weekend, JM!Sylvia
Wow! I had an aloe vera (indoors) for years and it never bloomed. This is quite a dramatic show! Lovely!
I've never seen te bloom in person. It must be impressive! It looks quite big.
Fantastic to see JM.It's always nice to see things you care for flourish.
I never got flowers so perfect!
I thought you were showing us bananas!!! So this is what I put on my face every day? :-)
You are magic with pics and with plants JM!
Such graceful and stately flowers, which you have captured wonderfully well, Jose! Have a Happy Easter!Thank you for participating in Floral Friday Fotos!
That is some bloom.
I was going to leave a comment on your previous post but couldn't think of anything family-friendly :) But this one is great, something tropical to warm my eyes, as we've just had a snowstorm (springtime in the mountains, anything from shorts to blizzards, sometimes both in one day).
Não conhecia a Aloe Vera :)
Blossoms that look like bunches of bananas. Beautiful!
so pretty. I have taken aloe flowers, but yours is the best,
Wonderful! Looks like bananas:). Best wishes!
That dark yellow against the grey sky is spectacular.
For plants that require so little water to survive, they certainly put on a show when they're in bloom.
Haha! That is really beautiful !
That is gorgeous! And I didn't even realize that aloe vera had blooms. Happy Easter, JM!
I have Aloe Vera in my garden. I wonder if it is the same plant because I have never seen mine flower.
This is what I love, to find something new from somewhere in the world every day. I know aloe vera very well, but I have never seen it flower, beautifully shown here JM.
This aloe looks huge! How big IS your place? Or is that a photographic illusion... :-)
I thought Aloe Vera was quite small. This looks huge and I'd never seen it blossom either. Thanks for this.
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