Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Red Anthurium

Red anthurium, LivornoA just bloomed red anthurium in “Via Magenta”.Oval window, LivornoAn oval window in “Via Fagiuoli”.Jars of small fabric flowers, LivornoThe window of a haberdasher's shop in “Via Magenta”.Traffic signs cemetery, LivornoWhere road signs go to die...Chained and padlocked doorway, LivornoAn abandoned building or a practical joke?

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19 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

As you know I am not much into flowers, but that red one is just beautiful! I also like the image of the signs very much. Once again a great walk VP.

Randy said...

Wonderful variety today. That first shot has some great color to it.

Lois Evensen said...

The items in the haberdasher's shop look like fun.

Farmchick said...

Beautiful flower

Dina said...

Oi veh, I hope that chain is not a practical joke.
Those flowers are amazing, eh? They always look unreal.

cieldequimper said...

While you continue your walk, I shall be at the haberdasher's.

Steffe said...

Nice series. I like the window.

Traveling Hawk said...

A nice selection of photos!

Halcyon said...

Some funny items today! But I really like that first flower. The color is really nice. :)

Birdman said...

Is this a riddle? How do these all come together? Is there a story to it?

Small City Scenes said...

Great shots. I like the second one. Anthuriums are strange flowers. They are only house plants here but some places where it is warmer they grow outside. MB

La sonrisa de Hiperión said...

Como para abrir el candado de la última foto...

Saludos y un abrazo.

Lois said...

Very nice walk! I love the flower in the first picture.

Kaori said...

Is that a real flower in the first photo? Looks almost like a toy! I do love seeing photos from your walks :D

Arianna said...

Mi piace la foto dei cartelli :) ha un che di triste...ciao, Arianna

VP said...

@ Kaori - It is a real flower!

EG Wow said...

Each of these photos is so different from the one before and after it! Quite the eclectic collection, VP!

JM said...

The red anthurium has won! Great shot.

Gunn said...

The top two images are my favorits.