Kyk net wat het ek op die grasperk gesien. / Look what I’ve found scattered on the lawn
I would like to add my foto of trees for Cee’s challenge of trees, although the week is already past. I walked under the trees where we are holidaying and this was my vista.
This is my participation in Cee’s photo challenge: I found this beautiful delicious monster underneath the knarled old tree next to the house where we are holidaying.
Here is my participation in Travel Photo. I titled it: Birds travel too.
This is my contribution to Cee’s FOTD challenge. The bougainvillea is a luschious bloomer,. The flower is however one of those that needs to be viewed in a cluster. On it’s own, it is actually quite non-descript. Neither has it a pleasing fragrance. It is only pleasing to be looked at.
This is my contribution to Cee’s FOTD challenge. This is a pincushion, part of the famous and indigenous fynbosch plantlife in South Africa. It grows in the southern part of the country. It is so called because it looks like pins stuck in a cushion. It is part of the leucospermum family. Colours vary fromContinue reading “FOTD 16 December 2020 : pin cushion”
This is my contribution to Cee’s CFFC: water challenge Just look at the way the water droplets are magnifying the veins on the delicate petals.
Cee is hosting this challenge. Look at this beautiful Iris. Who says purple and yellow does not go well together? And just look at the perfect symmetry from all sides. This beauty needs the cherising cool shade of a big tree to flourish.
I don’t know the name of this flower. It blooms in my garden from a cutting I received from a family member. It is a prolific bloomer. The plant has now been flowering for 6 months and my uncle says it will flower for the whole year. The stem has nasty thorns though. Just lookContinue reading “FOTD 6 December”
This is my contribution to Cee’s CBWC challenge: circles and curves. This little flower is a real die-hard. Many years ago a learner in my class brought the plant to me in a handsized shell. It made long unsightly stems and 2 beautiful red-pink flowers. After 2 years the plant was still alive and proliferating!Continue reading “Wild Dianthus”