I took a four photos of two types of flowers, the hibiscus, and the sunflower.
The dark pink hibiscus, above, is from my neighbor’s garden. You can see the sprinkles of pollen on the petals.
I really liked the lacy look to this hibiscus. I love how delicate it looked, even though the flowers are very hardy. I also loved the various tones within the petals, ranging from almost white to stages of pink.
Look at this aging beauty! She is wrinkled, and her skin is coarser in spots. She has been a delight for the neighborhood bees and other insects. They have stripped her dry, so to speak.
These two captures are also from a neighbor’s garden, the lovely sunflower, who has been a feast for the bees. Her flavors have been enjoyed, as you can see.
Books recently read:
Egypt’s Sister: A Novel of Cleopatra. I give this book three stars out of five.
Day Hikes in Washington State, 90 Favorite Trails, Loops, and Summit Scrambles. I give this book five stars!
The Soul of a Woman. I give this book five stars.
Dubin’s Lives. I am in the process of reading this.
The Secret Book of Kings. I am currently reading this.
Thank you for visiting. Have a lovely day/evening. -Lorri