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A collection of exotic flowers album pictures gathered in one place. Easy to download and view all in one place.
You will find a lot of photo galleries on the web. But there are only a few who offer free images in a usable size ready for your own personal use.
The photos in this gallery album are the same size as most popular stock images used for web publishing.
So that means if you are looking for an exotic flower to brighten your website, you've come to the perfect place. They also make great images to use in greeting cards.
And if you like photo editing you can even use them as a background setting for some of your favorite family photos.
Each thumbnail you see here opens into a gallery right on this page. Use the "Next" and "Previous" buttons near the top of each picture to see the next image in line.
To exit the gallery choose the close option in the bottom right corner. You can also click anywhere outside the image to close this window.
I love taking flower pictures and sharing with my visitors. Along the way I share stories of visits with family, and walks in the park.
The thumbnails you see here open into a gallery right on this page. Use the "Next" and "Previous" buttons near the top of each picture. To exit the gallery choose the close option in the bottom right corner.
Where do exotic flowers come from? That's a very good question.
When you think of the term exotic, you may imagine something unusual or different. The first definition in the dictionary is - "of foreign origin, or character; not native; introduced from abroad, but not fully naturalized or acclimatized". That definition fits the flowers you see in this album.
For instance the Bird of Paradise came from South Africa. Many of our every day flowers came from Africa it would seem. Hibiscus originated in Hawaii.
No matter where these flowers originated from, you have to agree they are all beautiful and unique.
How would you like to be a part of Creations by Sally's Free Photo Gallery? It's easy and it's fun. You can upload up to 4 of your own photos telling about them and yourself.
Join the fun of telling about your flower discoveries. Or simply share what you know about the flowers here. Make comments on your favorite photos. Even correct me when you know I've mislabeled a plant.
So feel free to let me know what you think, but please be nice. Share your gallery photos here...
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