Watching flowers always makes me think of parallels to the human aging process. Many different flowers with different life cycles from their first bloom until they shrivel up and blow away. A different beauty in every stage.
…. happy Friday!
Hibiscus are my morning inspiration. They truly lift their faces and arms to the day with joy. You can almost hear them sing. 🙂
…. still trying to get that awesome moon shot! Got the tripod finally… but I think I need a better lens. Regardless, still beautiful to interact with our moon at its best.
…. first bloom on my new pink rose vine
…. is here!
Lantana blooms this morning.
A different point of view… a hibiscus from the back… as beautiful as from the front.
Swinging into the weekend!
My Black-Eyed Susan vine, is back this year after I chopped it down by mistake last year. So happy. You may ask how one does that… well this little vine winds its way through the lavender Star Flower bush, which needs to be pruned regularly. One of my pruning exercises managed to nip the main stem of the Black Eyed Susan vine.
My new Pearl Pink bougainvillea doing very well.
Experimenting with my Fotodiox Macro lens.
Usually that means I’m getting ready to enjoy my favorite cocktail, … which did influence my selection of this cosmopolitan daylily last spring.
This is one of the first blooms. Have a beautiful Sunday!