Silky. Spiky. Sensual… Delicate.
Photography © Anette Hermann.
Gorgeous! I saw them on facebook and was poised to click ‘like’ but had to run out! Loverly — I wondered what they were. Agave rules!
They use Blue Agave to make tequila, so yes, Agave rules! Thanks Sandee, nice to see your lovely smile.
Thanks David :-)
Thank you Angeline.
I saw these photos on FB too! I LOVE them. I like “Agave!” (and tequila too)
Thank you dear Dawn :)
Súper flotte fotos, Anette!! Knus
Tusind tak Caro Line, og mange tak fordi du besøger min blog. Knus til dig også :)
Anette! Good to see you again! I missed you. Hope you are doing OK.
I’m very well thank you. Lovely to see you Summer Girl :) I hope you are OK too.
Anette, these are beautiful. I love those tones.
So do I, they are both cool and warm at the same time… Intriguing, like the patterns. Thank you Karen.
beautiful pictures of a fabulous plant !
Thank you Gwennie. I see in your profile that you have a “soft spot for cacti and succulents”… if you haven’t already been there, you ought to visit the island of St. Martin. It’s a cacti and succulent lovers paradise.
St Martin is a long long way from where I live ! But thanks for the tip, maybe one day….
Those are great shots… :-)
I’m glad you enjoyed. Thank you Elizabeth :)
me like it! :-)
me happy! :-)
Really nice! You know, I have a pretty sad but at the same time beautiful memory related to an agave. One of my childhood friends, from Italy, used to have a big agave in front of his house, right against its façade wall. A few years ago, he died in a car accident :( Right in the same weeks, the agave finally flowered (as you might know, this plant gives out a huge flower plant, just once in a lifetime, right before it dies). So this gorgeous inflorescence stood there for a while, tall against his house. And then it died.
It’s a beautiful coincidence of events… I hope he got to see it from where he was at.
Let’s make Tequila!
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