"Heliocereus in B&W"

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© Michael F. OBrien
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Heliocereus - 17 August 2011 - It will be done tomorrow morning. Night-blooming species are mostly white or white with pale yellow overcasts or traces of yellow in back petals. There are, however, a few species that have color in their flowers, notably the orange-red blooms of Nopalxochia ackermanii, the red Heliocereus aurantiacus, the scarlet Heliocereus cinnabarinus and the purplish-red Heliocereus speciosus. Night blooming Cereus is a beautifully delicate and lightly fragrant flower that only blooms once a year under the full moon in August. It's an amazing sight that takes your breath away.

7 responses

  • diana a

    diana a   gave props (20 Aug 2011):

    love this!!!

  • Jan Sluimer

    Jan Sluimer (Deleted) gave props (21 Aug 2011):

    wonderful in B&W

  • Carlos Aviles

    Carlos Aviles gave props (21 Aug 2011):

    Beautiful B&W

  • Carol Holmes

    Carol Holmes   gave props (21 Aug 2011):

    I think I prefer this in B&W...very dramatic and I could see it matted & framed! Excellent!

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett   gave props (21 Aug 2011):

    very artistic

  • Daniel Clegg

    Daniel Clegg said (25 Aug 2011):

    Striking contrasts. The flower merging with the blackness is a master stroke.

  • elfriede fulda

    elfriede fulda gave props (25 Aug 2011):

    Awesome !!

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