Near my house there are a lot of people who grow tiger lilies. While walking home from the doctor’s house, I was able to snap a few pictures before anyone noticed. These are them.
Unfortunately, it was pretty cloudy that day (it’s been raining on and off all week) but so the colors don’t look all that great. So, I’m going to try and take a few more pictures when it’s a bit sunnier.
More hydrangea from my street.
Near a building on my street are tons of hydrangea plants. They form a line parallel to the street and when the wind comes, it looks like they are waving to all the cars passing by.
These are a beautiful color. As I am more familiar with the blue-violet variety, this pink color is refreshing. It also pops really well against the green leaves.
I always liked clovers. There’s just something pretty about them. Maybe it has something to do with their simplicity.
I’ve seen in the supermarket, honey with clovers. I wonder if they’re so tasty. The bees seem to love them. As I’m allergic to honey, I guess I’ll never know…
Always thought of Summer as the most colorful season. I don’t know if it’s simply because summer is marketed as such or it’s because of something more primal (colorful flowers and cultures seem to flourish in warm climates), but with summer officially starting in about a week…
Found this little one while on a walk the other day.
Recently visited our old high school with brother. We went for a walk around the track and field and noticed these beauties growing through the fence. I had to take a few shots with my phone.
The fence was practically being devoured by plant life. Ivy, cacti (which I almost knelt on, before I realized they were there) and roses.