A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
Wonderful RED! Hello Dear Tash! Lovely flower!Congratulations for the International Women's Day.Great red picture for this day indeed!Kind Regardsand God bless you!Léia :-)
Incredible reds gainst the sky, and the idea of the stop sign is very funny.
Beautiful! I'm not sure I've ever seen one of these. At least not in bloom. I love the red blossoms!
That's an amazing flower! Great photos, the red contrasts perfectly with the sky.
Just incredible colors!Great idea with a STOP sign. I like your sense of humor ;-)
Tash, thanks for stopping by today. I guess we have a lot in common. Fifteen years ago we moved to New England from Arcadia, CA and the Palos Verdes area was definitely one of those areas we looked at jealously from the hot and hazy San Gabriel Valley. Your photos are beautiful reminders of a time gone by. I also have a hazelnut torta recipe that uses very little flour. MMmm.
I'm trying to think how this tree would look on Rose Parade Lane, aka Colorado Blvd.We gotta get something better in there after the city chainsawed our trees w/o proper thought.
Never heard of this tree until today! Love the colour contrasts in the photos.
The gorgeous blue sky and the hot red flowers made the image perfect. :)
lovely red flowers !!! do they smell good ?
The others have said it all! I love the 'clash' of these two colors.
GORGEOUS! What a great pop of color and you clever girl, that stop sign!!!!V
OK! I stopped!
Tash,Love your blog! I was raised in PV (I've lived in CO for 20 years now) but it will always be home. Your photography is beautiful!~Newest Stalker;o)
red perfection!!!!! love the composition, too!
REd symphony with the perfect blue sky as usual!!!
Wow! Those flowers are really beautiful. Great idea to include also the stop sign!
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