A pink walk around town

Jude’s Life in Colour April: Pink
I always forget Cees FOTD

Today I had the opportunity to be a tourist in my own closest town, Grafton. While on my walkabout I found many of the gardens had pink flowers, Camellias, Hibiscus, Frangipanni, Roses and many more. So get ready for an avalanche of pink flowers.

and from behind

Now for the Roses

I wondered why there were so many petals on the ground then one or two just dropped from the bush. I discovered the culprits – bees who were doing what bees do best but that usually doesn’t include knocking petals off.

and a not quite pink but has pink don’t you think and is the sort of photo I like

29 thoughts on “A pink walk around town

  1. I wondered whether these were all from your garden but reading the comments I got the answer. They’re beautiful not matter where you found them, though. Our back yard is full of blossoms that have fallen off our bougainvillea and other flowers. Not sure the bees had anything to to with it, but they do love all the flowers and I love that they love them. šŸ™‚


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  2. Aren’t they a delight? I love frangipani (the fruit salad one is gorgeous), but isn’t #3 a rocktrumpet or mandevilla vine? Not frangipani. The last hibiscus is a beauty, pink and yellow are just so good together, but the pink bottlebrush steals the show for me. Great light on those roses too Brian! Glad you took your camera for a stroll. šŸ„°

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      1. It’s at K’s place and she has a cutting for me. I thought I had taken a photo or two. Will definitely find one for you Jude šŸ™‚ šŸ™‚


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