We were in Guinobatan, Albay in the Bicol Region and before the one-day meeting discussion, i roamed around the area. My major prospect is to shoot Mt Mayon, an active volcano known for its nearly perfect cone. I had to wake up early as when the sun rises, the clouds already comes in covering the whole mountain. Those three mornings, i was lucky to have found it clear, and i got lots of shots.
It was a bit drizzling for sometimes, so i have an open umbrella while walking. I looked for butterflies, but they hide when the rains fell. Even then, i still have lots of subjects to photograph. One of those is this magenta-colored plant full of raindrops. It looks so full of gemstones of different sizes. I was so thrilled.
Whatever it is, i might be able to plant it in my own garden sometime in the future. By then i hope i already know its real name.
PS. Thank you so much bettyl-NZ for leading me to Carribean copper bush. It is Euphorbia cotinifolia, same genus with our poinsettia.