Silent Colors

Smiling in silence,
Greeting in silence,
It’s the colors that break the silence,
Shouting and laughing,
Drawing each attention to come near.

(pictures taken at Singapore Botanical Garden 2011)













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192 thoughts on “Silent Colors

  1. Carlie Chew says:

    Beautiful photos and wonderful flowers. I have several of these plants in my backyard, gotta love the ginger and plumeria, my favorites!

  2. Kate Madison says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! These photos are so vivid you can almost smell the flowers. Have no idea what they are though, but if you happen to know, please share. 🙂 Most excellent post!

  3. Lisiangrass says:

    It seems to me that there’s a lot of shadow in the “orchards” pictures (I’m not sure if that’s exactly what they’re called T.T)…If only they could be brighter…Nevertheless I love the vibrant colors. I saw your post at the end of a busy day… and I really appreciate the feeling of refreshing it gave me.

  4. Phelios Cyros says:

    from the flowers you took picture of, I can smell that you are from South East Asia. And then, your blog name, “Steam Rice”.. I don’t have to doubt any more. Congrats on the Freshly Pressed.

  5. cosmictimesjournal says:

    Of all, I like the yellow bells.. The compositions are so beautiful..They may look plain and simple but they look so lovable! It has something that is so adorable in it–the X factor.. 🙂 well done!

  6. Jill Swenson says:

    A photographic mood conveyed. Much appreciated. Peace and best wishes. Here we have an unusually balmy winter but bad news because no maple syrup and our flowers and trees bud too early here in upstate New York. I like the way your background celery colored and bamboo background almost disappears against your photographic content which pops out.

  7. Steve says:

    Well, since a picture is worth a thousand words, this post is the longest, most educational, and, of course, the most beautiful I’ve ever seen. Thank you

  8. gaycarboys says:

    To my surprise I could identify most of the flowers as well as appreciate their colours. The Frangies are my favourite but most of the remind me of my childhood garden which was full of seasonal colour and movement. In fact I can smells the Frangies as I type!

  9. Pink Ninjabi says:

    Simple yet delightful. Impeccable taste in photography and warming our souls with speakful flowers and wonderful arrangements. Thank you for bringing a bouquet into my living room. 😀

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