Bright Gazania, 4.19.17
Yellow Rose with Raindrops, 4.20.17
Nymphenburg Rose (I), 4.17.17
A friend had asked me if the little center “flowers” on the yellow osteospermum I posted a while back opened up eventually. I was fairly sure they did, but today I received verification. Clearly the flower really fades as it ages, though: the earlier one was a very bright yellow, and I saw another young flower next to this one and it, too, was a lovely bright yellow. Ah well, we all fade ….
Yellow Osteospermum Center, 1.29.18
Edelweiss Rose (I), 11.17.17
White Papaver Nudicaule, 1.19.18
Persian Peach Rose, 4.17.17
I don’t normally write a thing about the goodnight flowers I post, but this one comes with an additional photo that includes my left index finger. I did this to remind myself that this was a miniature rose. (And as you can tell, I don’t do the manicure thing.)
Persian Peach Rose & my index finger, 4.17.17
Clementine Rose Columbine, 4.11.17
Bright Pink Camellia, 1.15.18
The camera didn’t get much use today: I did take an over 6 mile walk, but it began to sprinkle so it ended up in my backpack (which has an attached rain cover, thankfully). I do wish I’d spent more time with these water drops, but this’ll have to do. Maybe I’ll go back tomorrow.
Just for the Sparkle of it All, 1.25.18