Sometimes you find other things to photograph when you go to the beach at sunset. I like the light through these leaves.
I search for images in the plants and trees - sometimes finding them. Tonight I tried again.
We see the white Plumeria more often on Guam, but I prefer this pink variety with a touch of orange.
If you keep a sharp eye, you'll find color and contrast when you look up, at eye level, or at your feet.
Sunday's are busy. Today I had a few quiet moments to walk through this stand of trees and enjoy the sun.
I often go looking for photogenic flowers, trees, and even weeds in the jungle. Not sure what this is, but it's interesting.
I enjoy and appreciate the trees and plants of Guam. The search goes on for unique views of jungle flora.
I appreciate the variety of colors and textures in our local jungle. Bamboo has a particularly interesting look.
I had limited time, limited territory, and limited light on this rainy day, but the Plumeria are always in bloom!
I struggled to find an image today, eventually noticing this bougainvillea hanging over the Agana Spanish bridge.
The iconic form of the Guam Museum, blurred, with a hibiscus in the foreground.
I’ve photographed these trees a few times, but just learned their name: Madagascar Dragon Tree.