52 Weeks of Life Seen Through My Eyes

Ida's Photo Theme Challenge

Week 5: #9. Complementary Colors


One of the pleasures of gardening in Panama is the abundance of plants that flourish in the heat and humidity. As much as flowers dazzle and delight my senses, so do the multi-hued leaves of plants like coleus, caladium, and croton. The mix of red, green, orange, yellow, pink, burgundy, and purple in addition to the shapes and patterns these leaves display enchants me.

While taking photographs of a house my husband has listed, I thoroughly enjoyed the beauty of the garden which has a variety of plants and flowers, fruit trees, and palms. I snapped several photos of red and green leaves that are a simple match for “Complementary Colors”.

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13 thoughts on “Week 5: #9. Complementary Colors

  1. the beautiful flora is your reward for putting up with the horrid humidity.

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  2. I wish flowers grew here the way they do there!

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  3. I do love the colors of the tropics and crotons’ leaves are so colorful

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  4. Great shots Ida love that bright red!

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