While visiting Newman’s Nursery, my sister and I were so taken with the camellias on display, that I have to share some with you.
For the Sunday stills challenge
Cee’s midweek madness challenge is for the yellow of June, so I’m entering some early winter yellows from the Southern hemisphere.
It all looks very Autumnal, still, and pretty despite the cold, but the worst is yet to come.
I’ve got a pretty puzzle.
I passed these pots in a garden and thought they were amazing. My first thought was some kind of chrysanthemums, due to the leaf. If you know what they are, please let me know.
We’re in winter, here, if that helps.
Thanks in advance.
For Mama Cormier’s challenge, these lanterns, from the Turkish Bazaar near me, caught my eye.
Or prayer plant. These buds and flowers are tiny, but stand out, due to their elevation beyond the rest of the plant.
For more flowers, check out Cee’s FOTD.
I’d planned to photograph my geraniums again, today, when a huge storm swept through.
The wind is still fierce but the sun is shining, so I grabbed what I could.
For Cee’s FOTD.
For Cee’s FOTD
For Cee’s FOTD
I read about Amy’s Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of Spots and Dots while on the bus, today, so I had to make the most of my opportunities.
The walls of the bus in close up
The signage, like spots of advice (yes, I know it says stop, not spot)
My shoe on the flooring
Bird ‘dots’ on the roof of a car, beside us.
I handy sign in the distance
Close-up of the rear light of a nearby car.
And those kangaroos, dot painted,again
Thanks, Amy. It made the trip seem much quicker.