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st3banrunner:

Teotihuacan ayer
cactguy:

Ferocactus hamatacanthus / last bloom
i-love-art:

México
cruzfrank:

House, Oaxaca.
cruzfrank:

House, Oaxaca.
harmonyloves:

Finally wore my pretty skirt I got from #silviasuarez in #tulum. #vscocam
harmonyloves:

Getting Undressed
Agave Field, Playa del Carmen, Mexico
image by Harmony Loves
harmonyloves:

Life in color. #guadalajara #mexico #vscocam #telebardada (at Centro De Tlaquepaque.  Jalisco)
timthay:

Citizenship by Lido Pimienta on Flickr.
libutron:

Nodding Sophronitis
Cattleya cernua (Orchidaceae), Syn. Sophronitis cernua, is a miniature orchid native to Brazil with some inland populations reaching west to Paraguay and Boliva.
This orchid grows on trees and sometimes rocks in coastal areas as well as high in the canopy of inland rainforest trees. 
Cattleya cernua bears between 2 and 5 well-formed colorful flowers. The typical flower color has been described as vermillion to scarlet-red although some individuals have pastel, faded red flowers. The lip is yellow at the base and has two lilac spots. The flowers are formed in and protected by an opening leaf on a new growth in the Fall. 
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Photo credit: ©Phajus
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