Tag Archives: succulents
The macro lens on the camera of my phone picking up the travels of a micro visitor out on my balcony. The mid-day sun allowed for some wonderful natural lighting. More macro phoneography can be found on the blog, Lens … Continue reading
Nature can be expansive; the sky in its brilliance at daybreak and sunset, and at night in its moon and starlight. Trees that shimmer in their new-found spring greenery, and shiver in their nakedness in winter’s frost. But look into … Continue reading
A succulent sends a torrent of its flowers spilling carelessly over the top of its blue pot. They reach down, they don’t care, and dance in the wind.
Time to say thank you for two different awards, the Very Inspiring Blogger award, and A Moment Matters award ; for this I am very grateful. I am also grateful for all the wonderful people I’ve met here, my life is enriched, and I … Continue reading
Ice plant. A succulent type plant with many different colored flowers that withstand the summer sun and heat. Perfect for the hot summers here in California’s Central Valley. It is also used in landscaping along freeways here in California. I like … Continue reading
Warm daytime sun shines gently snuggled under the patio Cold nights look for victims
A photo of a succulent on my patio taken this afternoon. I’ve found a new blog with iPhone challenges that should be fun. I use my iPhone quite a bit these days. To join the iPhonography challenges visit Lens and Pens … Continue reading
You sit in the optometrist’s chair and try to decide if your vision is better with 1… or with 2 With 3…. Or with 4 I’ve been trying out the macro setting with the new camera this evening.
This succulent at my front door seems to have opened itself up to all its glory. We should do the same in this coming year. Photo: Angeline M