My Hike and the Erythrina Variegata ( Tiger Claws or Indian Coral )

I know these Tiger’s Claws will bloom in Spring.

These flowers, however, come a bit early this year.

I would usually look for these flowers in my hike of the nearby hills.

The photos here are taken with a smartphone.

I hope I have brought with me a proper camera as they are just so beautiful and should be captured more seriously.

I love the way these flowers dotted on the otherwise green and yellow background.

Again, they remind me of the red poppies against the hillside in Monet’s paintings.

All three photos in fact show the same tree, but with difficult angles.

The last one has a good reflection off the waters of a nearby pond with water lily pads.

 

 

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