Scarlette ‘O Hara: #WordlessWednesday


Scarlette ‘O Hara

I was mesmerised by the stunning beauty of this flower that I rechristened Scarlette ‘O Hara, as I have no clue whatsoever of its real name. I spotted this bundle of gorgeousness at Balur Estate, the coffee plantation in Chikmaglur, South India. If any of you know this beauty’s real name do let me know. Would love to hear from you. 



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10 thoughts on “Scarlette ‘O Hara: #WordlessWednesday

  1. […] Word of the Day – Serene calm, peaceful, and untroubled; tranquil, an expanse of clear sky or calm sea. This serene scene can keep me occupied for hours, My favorite place for de-stressing, relaxing and spending time with me and only my thoughts and musings. This place is so peaceful and calm, and I am worried by nothing: This landscape subject is clean and serene, not overdone with unnecessary detail which makes my mind completely clear and fine. Linking with  Tuesday Photo Challenge on the theme ‘Scene’   this week Linking up with Wordless Wednesday created by Esha and Natasha. […]

  2. Loved the name you had given to this pretty showy pink flower, which is used in decorative arrangements and cooked with fish. This is Etlingera elatior also known as torch ginger, ginger flower, red ginger lily, torch lily, wild ginger, Philippine waxflower, Indonesian tall ginger, are native to Indonesia.

    1. Woooahh I’m so happy to learn something new, and that too about a mesmerising beauty I got lucky enough to see in it’s full bloom.
      And it is cooked with fish too? Wow, the bloom or the leaf/stem; would love to know.
      Thank you Pragun for this valuable piece of information.

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