I hope you don't mind, but I thought I would share some more of my flower pics with you. These are low resolution photos, 72 pixels per inch and 317 pixels x 317 pixels. The high res versions I have are 508 pixels per inch and 15000 x15000 pixels - that is why I can enlarge them to 75cm x 75cm (much larger than the original flower) with no pixelation. And all thanks to that most wonderful of programmes - Photoshop. Good eh!
I really do think this is beautiful - I should know what kind of flower it is, but I can't remember - I could ask Mrs Dubaibilly when she comes home I suppose, I know she knows this one. The trouble is, rather like me she is not all that good at flower names.Update - I am now very much indebted to Bridget who tells me that the pink one is a hibiscus. I have checked that with Mrs Dubaibilly who confirms that it is indeed a hibiscus and in fact is probably a double hibiscus - many thanks Bridget and Mrs Dubaibilly.
I suppose this has got to be some kind of a daisy - but I don't know what kind!OK, I am told that this is an Osteospermum, also known as a Cape Daisy and that the wasp on it is a hoverfly - many thanks to Toffeeapple for that information.
OK, strictly speaking it isn't a flower - even I know that! What I don't know is what it is and what I do know is that it is beautiful (at least it is to me.) Apparently this is a verigated bougainvillea for which name I have to thank Jin
And this is just gorgeous.
Now in my previous flower post I have, from the top, some kind of orchid, a rose (though I have no idea what kind of rose) and an Agapanthus - ha! bet you're impressed now - with some kind of insect that looks like a wasp (but probably isn't) on it. So, if you can tell me any of their names (common or posh latin) I will a) be very grateful, b) name them and c) credit you with the naming of them.
I might put some more up later.