Frangipani

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  1. The photo of your lovely flower is just what the doctor ordered for my tired achy body on an overcast and very dreary morning.

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  2. Love that plumeria blossoms, always a great reminder of the tropical paradise 🙂

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  3. it must be one of the most wonderful names ever – frangipani (as mysterious, if not as sweet as jasmine)… and i can’t even imagine the fragrance oh

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    • i say intoxicating, but i’m no stranger to hyperbole (so… temper your expectations–but not by much).

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  4. I love the black background which really sets of the yellow and white “starbursts!” And I’m so glad I enlarged it and was delighted by the moisture, the dewdrops, or droplets left by a pre-dawn rain. The rain always seems to me to enhance the fragrance of plants and flowers… So like Roxana, I’m left trying to imagine that incredible fragrance in the silence…

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  5. Ah yes, those raindrops, hiding in plain sight. It’s not as easy to disguise fragrance, but the internet does a fantastic job at shunning the odoriferous in favor of the aural and visual.

    Prospero

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  6. Your beautiful frangipani flowers bring me years back in Madagascar. I do not think I have ever experienced since a delicate and unbelievably refined scent such as the “frangipanier’s”. Thanks.

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