Cee’s FOTD. Here is my entry for today. The March lilies are endemic to the Western Cape in South Africa. They have a soft sweet fragrance. They only bloom during March and then vanish until next year. Here is my entry for Carol’s, Mama Cormier blog, Thursday Trios Challenge . I have this lovely bush outsideContinue reading “Photo challenges 7 March”
This is my entry for Cee’s FOTD: I took this photo on my way to school. I don’t know which plant this is. As I was clicking, the bee came to visit. It was difficult to isolate a flower, since they are all bunced up, but as I concentrated on the bee, this picture cameContinue reading “Photo challenge 25 February”
This is my entry for Catherine’s: Trees and twigs. I call this one: taking a sip. We are lucky to have a flower farm at our town. They grow a variety of these beautiful crysanthemums. I played with my editor and came up with these. Hope you enjoy it too. This is part of Cee’sContinue reading “photo challenges 22 February”
Cee’s CMMC challenge: Blue-Greens We found the pool at our new house like this. My flower of the day.
Join TRAVEL WORDS and show some YELLOWS. A bright and happy colour , often associated with spring. The sun in the sky, heat and light. I add all the photos underneath in this challenge. This is my contribution to Ludwig Kecks Monday windows. I found it on Cee‘s blog.I took this photo through the window of theContinue reading “Photo challenges 14 February”
My entry for Cee’s CBWC: numbers My entry for for Jez’s Water Water Everywhere (WWE) #62 challenge.This is also my entry for Sunday Stills Challenge with the #Landscape.
This is my entry for Cee’s: CFFC non-live animals. We recently bought a house. Whilst cleaning the overgrown garden, I came upon these metal birds. Two cranes and a duck. Also hidden between fallen rocks were a little stone frog and a little stone dog, which incidentally looks like my litte yorkie. I have sinceContinue reading “Photo challenge 7 February”
This is my entry for Cee’s CBWC challenge: Vanishing point. Cee’s FOTD: prickly pear with visitor CFFC: patterns in nature. I just love nature. All the stripes, colours and patterns on leaves and flowers. Just when you think you have seen it all, around the corner you see something new and amazing.
Cee’s CMMC colour pink challenge and FOTD Becky’s squared up. Thank you for popping in.
Here are my entries for the photo challenges. Thursday Trios. In Afrikaans this is called a turksvy. Google translated it to: Turkish fig. Becky’s squared up challenge I found this cement structure when visiting my sister in Durban. Cee’s FOTD: Catherine: Trees and twigs