Flowers are happy things – P.G. Wodehouse
In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. – Albert Camus
As I look out the window, it is very snowy and sunny. I’m sure it is a very cold day, though I won’t know for an hour or so til I poke my head out. I love a clear, crisp wintry day. From inside. What I truly love, though, are sunny summer days. My hammock […]
For 4 weeks, I have been fighting illness and other distractions, but in reality, this whole school year I haven’t felt myself. A wise young man recently told me that I’ve always been good at standing up for other people and that it only makes sense that I stand up for myself. I was reminded […]
Last weekend, I went to Allen Gardens to see the Christmas display before it ended. It was so beautiful.
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better – Albert Einstein
One of the best features of my 70-300 mm lens is that it takes macro shots or distance shots. I captured this distance shot (that’s me in the centre of the reflection!) on the same day I took the flower shots of the past few days’ posts.
Stoloniferous, perennial succulent with basal rosette of spiky, narrow leaves. Leaf margins break away leaving long white thread-like fibers. Bears a tall flower spike from the center. Flowers are yellow to green, bell-shaped.
When you visit Allen Gardens with someone who specializes in ants, you tend to see one or two. Or hundreds.
Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts. – Sigmund Freud