May 16, 2010

Beautiful Passiflora!

My Zoe was playing under a bush while we were at the park last week. I came near to take pictures of her and of the flowers.

I didn't expect to see such beauty. My first time to see this kind of flower! It is called "Passiflora". I think it means passion flower.

Isn't its Designer and Creator awesome? He must have created this with much passion and enjoyment.

O LORD, how manifold are your works! 
In wisdom you have made them all;
the earth is full of your creatures.
Psalm 104:24

More beautiful flowers here:


  1. Oh My Goodness thats GEORGOUS.
    Ah Zoe looks precious :) Love the photo :)

  2. I've never seen a passion flower grown as a standard before. How beautiful :-)

  3. The close-ups are so dramatic. Beautiful!

  4. Lovely photo of Zoe under the tree and your passion flower photos are exquisite. Thank you so much for sharing them.

  5. Amazing! I know the flowers but just as potted flower. I've never seen such an amazing bush.
    Your macro photos are are very beautiful, such a decorative flower.

  6. Passiflora is gorgeous, MrsM!
    And I'm happy to know that you work with children. I design and conduct special art workshops for kids and adults. Maybe we can share ideas?

  7. What an amazing looking flower! I can almost hear the theme song of "Close Encounter of the Third Kind" playing in the background...

  8. What an interesting looking flowers!

  9. There is definitely a royal look to the flowers. The Lord's creation is so awesome.


  10. Thanks for stopping by my blog- and becomeing a follower- i am of you as well now. God Bless you for homeschooling-It sure looks like a great learning enviroment, That flower is amazing- Great Blog- what a great way to link up with other homeschool teachers-classses..

  11. Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing that!
    You have a very nice blog, I have been enjoying it.
    Blessings to you and your family!


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