178. Macro Monday: Cotton Candy & Bubblegum

Well not really!  I fell in love with this bloom at the gardens, but don’t ask me what it is – there was no sign!  Doesn’t it remind you of Cotton Candy and Bubblegum??

A special thanks to Dutchbaby who identified this plant for me….it is a bromeliad….when I googled it, they said the common name was a silver vase bromeliad.

To join in on the Macro Monday fun go here:   Lisa’s Chaos


~ by Tammy on September 13, 2010.

16 Responses to “178. Macro Monday: Cotton Candy & Bubblegum”

  1. Love the colours. No idea what it is either.

  2. Lots of detail and color in this one. I wonder what the plant is?

  3. it’s a pretty flower I think
    at least pretty colors!

  4. This looks like a matchstick bromeliad. Pineapples are in the bromeliad family. It does look like a riot of bubblegum colors.

  5. Yes, it looks like some kind of candy. Nice shot!

  6. Imagine trying to sneak in a smelly thing with such an interesting title. Great composition too!

  7. That is the perfect title!
    Whatever it was named we shall rename it. 🙂
    Super macro!!!!

  8. Perfect title for this fun-looking plant!

  9. Maybe I’ve been reading too much Stephen King, but this looks kind of creepy to me. 😉 Great macro, however.

  10. A pink succulent! I want one of these! Your name is so appropriate and the macro is fun to look at.

  11. Love the colors! Great macro!

  12. Great colors – whatever it might be!

  13. Wow, this looks like something that might eat you!! The colors are amazing and it does look like bubble gum as blossoms.

  14. wow! this looks like some sort of biology lab experiment. cool pic!

  15. Glad you found out what it is, beautiful shot.

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