This is just my 89th post after three years of blogging. But I have always been updated with my main blog. You can find the link here on the right corner of the blog.
I’ve recently took shots of our garden blooms. Summer is here and more blooms could be seen.
I love mums in all its different colors. It’s one thing that I once attempted to grow in my garden but it didn’t survive. It is a hardy flower though and need full sun and well-draining soil.
I actually bought this cluster in a pot and it was expensive but it didn’t last long.
My gosh, here I go again. Has it been really that long since I visited this site? As usual I got more engrossed updating my main site Dreams and Escapes where I reached another milestone of total stats of more than that 500,000 last October 30, 2017. Presently, it registered a total of 500,426. May I invite you all to visit it too? I posted a link here that you can just click.
Thank you so much.
It’s been a while since I last posted something here. Been updating my main blog though Dreams and Escapes regularly now. You can see it at the right corner of this blog.
I’ve been busy for a while and just forgot to update this site. Hopefully, by the time I am done with my free limit at Dreams and Escapes, I would be able to update this blog regularly. Here is something that I’ve tried experimenting with yellow and white chrysanthemums on a plate of glass emerged in water. It’s not your usual flower arrangement but they last longer.
Flowers are the nicest things to see aside from my small garden. I usually buy a bunch when we go to the wet market. It is cheaper that way.
Do you grow flowering plants too? What do you have in your garden?
It’s one of those attempted macro shots that I like. I used to grow American climbing roses in shades of red and pink. This reminds me of The Little Prince, that lovely book of Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
Sometimes you wish the day would be as beautiful and as colorful as this.
I love Hydrangeas. I actually tried planting them in pots years ago but the heat in such a tropical country like ours is a bane for these plants. They love partial shade and cool climate.
I always love taking photos of flowers, sometimes practicing on macro shots like this. I know, I know, you remember the place and you smile at the memory it evokes. You remember your delight in discovering such lovely blooms.
I miss you Caleruega. Someday, I am going back there to visit you again.
Gosh it’s hot, really really hot outside. The sun bites the skin. In a few days it would be officially summer. One good thing about it though are the flowers that bloom in the garden. I took this photo early this morning.
It made me smile knowing other colorful blooms will follow, a perfect opportunity to practIce macrophotography.
How’s the weather at your end?