This is March 2020

Welcome to my March, a bit late I know but I had so many photos to get through it was quite daunting. I did manage to get the photos down a bit but as usual, there’s a bit of scrolling….ok a lot of scrolling but hey! What else do you have to do whilst in #Isolation or as sadly some of my lovely bloggers are, in #Lockdown. I just had to get this done so this post isn’t as cohesive as normal, I hope you won’t be disappointed.

OK my wonderful supportive friends and hopefully a few who haven’t dropped by and had a glimpse into bushboys world. Not as much to blah blah about so settle back with your usual cup of tea or coffee or if reading in the evening, perhaps it’s aperitivo time.

Maybe you would like a bit of music while you have a wander with me

As usual, let’s start in the morning where the welcome rain in the first part of March has led to some wonderful misty mornings.

fog_tree_caniaba_march 2020
I did venture to the Gibraltar Ranges to see the results of the huge fires that raged through there late last year. A big surprise was the emergence of the Tree Ferns.tree ferns_gibraltar range_named_march 2020
A bit of an adventure to Rocky Creek Dam I found these wonderful woof fungi.fungi_wood_named_rocky creek dam_march 2020
Back at my place, the rain and warm weather produced a few fungi. This little one was happy to pop up and say hello. fungi_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
At my besties place at the garbage bins I found a frog.frog_bin_named_caniaba_march 2020
and in her garden the young Green Tree Frogs seemed to appear in the garden.green tree frog_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020
I am going to do a wrap up of the Red-necked Wallaby and her Joey. Here they were one morning, the little fellow just hanging casual.red necked wallaby_joey_garden_named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
Some March mornings were a bit cool. The Noisy Friarbird thought it was cool and fluffed up his “scarf”noisy friarbird_garden_named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
I have a bit of bird food left so every now and then I put a some out. “It’s breakfast!!” the King Parrots say as they swoop towards me.king parrots_flying_garden_named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
A thoughtful Kookaburra.kookaburra_named_rocky creek dam_march 2020
The noise that Sulpher-crested Cockatoos make when they fly in unmistakable.sulpher crested cockatoo_flying_named_rocky creek dam_march 2020
Meanwhile, a White-face Heron was on the lookout for a snack.white faced heron_named_grafton_march 2020
The Willie Wagtails have taken over the garden and are quite vocal when I go outside.willie wagtail_close_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
“Whose flower is this” the caterpillar asked the beebee_caterpillar_zinnia_flower_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020
It was lovely to see a Blue Tiger Butterfly when on a walk.blue tiger_butterfly_named_caniaba_march 2020
A Common Crow Butterfly was just hanging around the verandah for a while one morning.butterfly_common crow_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
The proliferation of butterflies is amazing. I was amazed to see a Lrge Grass Yellow at my place. Not a regular visitor.,butterfly_large grass yellow_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
Lesser Wanderers are everywhere.butterfly_lesser wanderer_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
I have been waiting for the Caper White Butterflies to arrive. This is a dark form female on a Pentas flower.caper white_butterfly_dark form female_pentas__named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
A Male wasn’t far behind.caper white_butterfly_male_pentas_named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
Caterpillars are always the result of lots of butterflies. This poor rose was a causality in my besties garden. caterpilla_rose_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020
The Lemon Migrants were the main butterfly last month so it only goes to show that their caterpillars were next to show.caterpillar_butterfly_lemon migrant_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
The Common Crow caterpillar is very “Hey back off” lookingcaterpillar_common crow butterfly_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020
So is the hairy caterpillar who wanted to come on our picnic.caterpillar_hairy_named_rocky creek dam_march 2020
You can’t see me…..I am a stick.caterpillar_stick_garden_named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
The dragonfly was ready to take off.dragonfly_garden__named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
OK This is a prehistoric insect. A beetle I think.insect_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020
A common Line Blue Butterfly is so tiny as it sits on a Farmers Friend flower, some may know this weed as Cobblers Pegline blue_butterfly_named_caniaba_march 2020
It is unusual to find a Line Blue Butterfly with the wings open for a long time. This is the inner wings of the butterfly above.line blue_butterfly_wings open_named_caniaba_march 2020
Meadow Argus have arrived as well.meadow argus_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020
Back to prehistoric, this time a mothmoth_named_caniaba_march 2020
It was lovely to see a Scarlet Jezebel cruising around the garden. Pentas are wonderful flowers for attracting butterflies and bees.scarlet jezebel_butterfly_pentas_garden_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
As opposed to the Large Grass yellow, the Small Grass Yellow again on a Farmers Friend flower. They are the most common butterfly at my place at present.small grass yellow_butterfly_named_caniaba_march 2020
A Blue-bamded Bee was very bust buzzing around the blue Salvia flowers. He has quite a haul of pollen in his pollen baskets on his rear legs.blue banded bee_flying_salvia_flower_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020

OK  for those who dislike spider, even Daddy Long Legs, there are a couple of spiders coming up. Get you scroll fingers limbered up but do have a peek through your fingers covering your eyes.

 
A Daddy Long Legs is having a snack in my kitchen, best natural pest controls.spider_daddy longlegs_web_kitchen__named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
While outside, a Golden Orb Weaver seemed to just hang in the sky.spider_golden orb weaver_sky__named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020

 

Spiders over.
The Hibiscus had their best flowering for years. Another Caterpillar though so too.flower_hibiscus_red_caterpillar_garden_named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
The Native flowers around my garden and property are amazing. I think this is a Guinea flower with bonus water drops.flower_guinea_native_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
A Native Hibiscus waits to unfurl and greet the day.flower_hibiscus_opening_named_caniaba_march 2020
A lovely Native flower with the unfortunate name of Mitre Weed.flower_mitre weed_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
Native Wisteria was sending purple flowers skywardflower_native lilac_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
This is a mouthful. A Leafy Purple Flag Wild Iris flower.
flower_native_leafy purple flag wild iris__named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
You have seen lots of the red Pentas, here is a lovely pink variety flowering in my garden.flower_pink_pentas_garden_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
The Leopard Lillies had a good flowering this year too.flower_leopard lily_garden_named_durranbah_home_jackadgery_march 2020
A Sarsaparilla flowering was lovely to see again with bonus water drops.flower_wisteria_water drops_garden_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
A Native flower with a Bee Fly.fly_flower_native_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020
This rose is called Chocolate. Such a wonderful colour.flower_rose_chocolate_garden_named_caniaba_march 2020
The sunset is quite pastel so time to get ready to go.sunset_named_caniaba_march 2020
Our wonderful Moonmoon_named_home_jackadgery_march 2020

I hope you enjoyed this quite long wander about bushboys world.

Also linked with Su’s Changing Seasons March 2020

 

Daily Diary

The Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge: Daily Diary

The past week, day by day

Day 1: the Red-necked Wallaby and her Joey in the pouch can for a bit of supplementary food in the morning
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Day 2: I went to visit my daughter. Always have to open this gate on the road between two properties at Lilydale20200326_2_blog challenge_diary_gate_lilydale
Day 3: My bestie and I went for a drive in the countryside. Found this letter box20200326_3_blog challenge_diary_letter box_clarence valley

Day 4: We went for a walk to see how much of my place has recovered from the devastating fire in December. Growing among some burnt wood a tiny Sunflower showed it’s sunny face. It was probably dropped by a bird from the seed I was putting out for the birds when the place was a charred mess and not much food for the animals and birds.
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Day 5: The Caper White Butterflies have turned up on the usual migration. I am glad they like to stop over at my place to refuel before heading off again.20200326_5_blog challenge_diary_caper white butterflies_durranbah
Day 6: I had to go to town to get my car repaired. Keeping my social distance I walked around town taking a few photos. This looks like someone had a helper in the demolition of the front fence.20200326_6_blog challenge_diary_bricks_shovel_toy_grafton
Day 7: A female Satin Bower Bird came to have a look around the verandah. The photo was taken from my chair in my office through the glass door. It has to be a stealthy, quick shot as they sense the slightest movement and fly off lickerty split.20200326_7_blog challenge_diary_bower bird_female_step_durranbah

That was seven days from the daily diary.

This is February 2020

February, a month of rain thankfully. The bush is coming back to life, the grass is growing and my garden is almost back. I will have to do a lot of pruning of the bushes and small trees where some limbs haven’t recovered from the drought.

A few minor muscle strains and sprains prevented my for doing as much as I wanted to do. This resulted in wandering around the garden chasing butterflies, walking around the place not going too far into the bush taking photos. Oh yes I did do a hard cull but still I have managed to have lots and lots of photos for February.

So settle back with you appropriate drink for your time of viewing, perhaps a snack or two is advisable and let’s get going to explore bushboys world.

As there has been moisture many mornings have had a fog or light mist. The Grass Trees on the distant hill, flower spikes at the ready in the foreground, emerging from the mist.

grass trees_fog_named_caniaba_feb 2020
A tree on the hill is usually the first to be seen.tree_mist_named_caniaba_feb 2020
The wet weather did induce a bit of cabin fever so we had to get out every now and then exploring the region. I love this old farm house. Though I should get a photo before it falls down or is demolished.old house_bentley_named_feb 2020
Meanwhile on the farm next door to my besties, the big white bull showing a bit of affection to one of the cows. He spent a bit of time licking her head and neck.bull_ cow_love_farm_named_caniaba_feb 2020
On the wall a tiny young skink patrolled in case something was available to snack on.copper headed skink_young_wall_named_caniaba_feb 2020
Undeterred, these two ants fought onants_wall_named_caniaba_feb 2020
One morning I was in the kitchen when I noticed a tiny insect walking about with the most enormous wings for an insect of this size.insect_wings_kitchen_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
Satin Bowerbirds like blue things to decorate their bower where they dance in the hope of attracting a female bowerbird. I hope he isn’t trying to steal my bucket.satin bowerbird_bucket_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
While I was walking around, a female Satin Flycatcher kept and eye on mesatin flycatcher_female_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
Superb Fairy Wrens are stunning little birdssuperb fairy wren_named_lismore lake_feb 2020
and Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos are stunning big birdsyellow tailed black cockatoo_pine tree_named_ramornie_feb 2020
We went to Lismore Lake to see if many birds were around. The Swifts were in huge numbers swooping about and getting ready to roost in a tree. I have never seen so many Swifts.swifts_tree_named_lismore lake_feb 2020
A Black Kite was patrolling the skiesblack kite_flying_named_caniaba_feb 2020
Meanwhile a bit of an excursion to the beach wasn’t the most welcoming by a Silver Gullsilver gull_flying_beach_named_evans head_feb 2020
A Masked Lapwing Plover had a bit of a stretch on the tidal flats.masked lapwing plover_beach_named_evans head_feb 2020
I love Sand Crabs and the artistry. I think this looks like a stingray.  sand crab_balls_art_named_evans head_feb 2020
The combination of wet and warm weather has bought out a variety of fungi. Tiny brown fungi with frilly capsfungi_brown_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
White fungi with frilly capsfungi_white_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
Yellow fungi with frilly capsfungi_yellow_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The hint of a lot of water going to be about is when the ants build up the entrance to the nestant nest_tall_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020

“Hello…….is anyone home”
bullant_nest_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The Ponytail Palm flowers have the bees all a buzz and little beetles also like to get among the flowersbee_insect_ponytail palm_flower_named_caniaba_feb 2020
The Cassia flowers attracted all sorts of beesbee_cassia_flower_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
In the dying moments of floral decay the Carpenter Bees still came looking for the last drops of nectar and pollenbee_carpenter_cassia_flower_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The little Stngless native Bees found the Crepe Myrtle flowers irresistible crepe myrtle_flowers_stingless native bee_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The bush had many buds ready to burst forth.flower_crepe myrtle_bud_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The ants also visited the floral displayflower_crepe myrtle_ant_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
Water drops and roses. I did resist posting lots morerose_red_flower_water drops_garden_named_caniaba_feb 2020

The Pennisetum Purple Fountain Grass flowered adding colour to the garden.
pennisetum_purple fountain grass_garden_named_caniaba_feb 2020
The Hibiscus flowering in February was magnificent. Not seen here for quite a few years.hibiscus_pink_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The miniature red Hibiscus looked wonderful adding bright spots of red in the garden.hibiscus_red_minature_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
This Hibiscus has never looked so good. The colours are amazing.flower_hibiscus_orange_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020

A wax leaf Begonia flowered all the time
begoina_wax_flower_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The Cats Whiskers in my garden came back to life. I thought they had died during the drought as I didn’t have enough water for all of the garden. The few waterings did keep them going though. cats whiskers_flower_garden_named_caniaba_feb 2020
The Cats Whiskers at my besties are much better.flower_cats whiskers_garden_named_caniaba_feb 2020
A red Eucalypt with the flowers and budseucalypt_red_flowers_nuts_garden_named_caniaba_feb 2020
The Bauhinia with a lots of flowers is a treat to look upon from the sunroom.flower_bauhinia_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
So many tiny native flowers have emerged. This little Blue Trumpet appeared from the ashesflower_blue trumpet_native_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The native Dianellas flowers are a splash of purple and yellow in the garden. Also known as a Flax-lilyflower_dianella_garden_named_caniaba_feb 2020

Another native flower I haven’t seen before also came out of the ashes.
flower_mitre weed_durranbah_native_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The Pandorea vine struggled to flower after the drought.pandorea flowers_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
Ever so small and delicate about 10mm across this native flower seemed to be everywhere in February.white_flower_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The was a butterfly explosion everywhere once the rain came. All around the garden in February (and is still happening) hosts of yellow butterflies have been around the garden. They are all around the Cassia bush. One day I counted around fifty butterflies and that was just in the front garden. I think they are Lemon Migrants. This is definitely a Yellow Migrant of the Pentas flower. lemon migrant_butterfly_pentas_flower_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
The butterflies love the Pentas flowers. Orchard Swallowtails drop in every now and then.butterfly_orchard swallowtail_pentas_flower_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
Another little native flower that has appeared in the garden. I didn’t notice the Crab Spider until I was getting the photos ready for this post. The flower is about 15 to 20mm so how tiny is the spider!spider_crab_flower_native_small_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
A Water Strider making his way across the dam.watr strider_pool_garden_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
While the Dragnflies hovered about, some resting on branches on the edge of the damdragonfly_blue_dam_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
or finding small twigs to restdragonfly_green_dam_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
I don’t know who or what was in the dam. I just saw the ripples and bubbles. It could have been a Long-necked Tortoise.water_bubble_dam_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
On the house dam, a float holds the foot valve for the pump out of the muddy bottom of the damfloat_ball_dam_reflection_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
More reflections. This time the boats in the marina at Evans Headreflection_boats_water_named_evans head_feb 2020
Water drops on the leaf. One of my favourite subjects to capture.water drops_leaf_named_home_jackadgery_feb 2020
It’s getting late. The afternoon clouds are building so a storm looked in the offing clouds_named_caniaba_feb 2020
The moon made a dramatic entrance when full one eveningfull moon_tree_cloud_named_caniaba_feb 2020

So there was My February. Thanks for hanging in to the end.

Also for Su’s Changing Seasons February 2020

Flexible

The Ragtag Daily Prompt Wednesday: Flexible

To be a bee you have to be flexible

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bee02_cats whiskers flower_named_binna burra_nov 2017

bee blue bum_crop_binna burran feb 2012

I went to see a yoga teacher to enroll in the yoga class.
The yoga teacher asked if I was flexible.
I said I couldn’t make Tuesdays or Saturdays

Patterns number2

Jude would enjoy seeing your Patterns

I did have a struggle as I have some that I like and wanted to show something that is almost but not quite. What do you think?

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or are these better
A Caper White Butterfly on a Pentas flowercaper-white-butterfly_named_home_nov-2106
or a flower spike from an aloe 180819_blog challenge_everyday moments_agave flower01

 

or two loving Wrenssuperb fairy wrens_named_lookout_mallanganee_nov 2018

I can’t decide. Have I patterns?

At the Market

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Needs to have the letter K anywhere in the word

Let’s go to the marKet

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We can get eggs from a Kart181109_blog challenge_wheels_circle_cart_market_paris
Kopious amounts of Beetrootbeetroot_lismore_market_named_sept 2018
Varieties of PumpKinpumpkins_named_lismore_farmers_market_dec 2018
and Karrots of coursecarrot_lismore_markets_rude_jan 2019
Sunflowers in a bucKet look quite sunnysunflowers_lismore_farmers_market_named_nov 2018

This is January 2020

January. It’s been a month since the fire devastated my property. I don’t have any pictures or burnt and blacked trees. I think I have shown enough of those. A lot of my photos I have posted especially as this month was Becky’s Square Photo Challenge (here’s a peek at some of the wonderful contributions to ____light) There has been a bit here and there but let’s get onto what I have found in January 2020. This isn’t one of those go on forever posts so maybe settle back and scroll on……

It did rain early in the month which was a blessing for the recovery of my place. This is a post on a bit of new growth and life returning.

The rain produced a bit of wonder. The Spotted Gum Trees just became a canvas of colour

spotted gum_bark_colour_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
Lichens started to sproutlichen_fire_wet_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
and these are the first flowers I saw, tough little native flowersflower_purple_fire_wet_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020

In the garden Summer flowers appeared in my drought ravaged garden. A Wax Begonias delicate flowers with a bonus ant
begonia_wax_flower_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
The Pentas has a some flowerspentas_flower_pink_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
The miniature Gardenia was covered in flowers for over a week. The white flowers are the new ones and they turn yellow as they age. Their scent wafting into the house on a hot night was delightful.gardenias_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
I didn’t think my Cassia was going to flower as the others I saw around the towns flowered in early January, like mine should have. Then toward the end of the month the tree was full of blooms and beescassia_flower_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
The Dietis sent out a few flowersdietis_flower_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
This Bromiliad has the most amazing flowerbromiliad flower_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
On my walkabout looking to see what I need to do and see the hope of regrowth and discover if some of my favourite spots were OK. While I was walking a family of  White-winged Choughs came walking along looking for insects under the leaves, logs and rocks. Choughs are forest floor dwellers.  I was pleased to see this large family as I hope they survived. There was about eight birds.white-winged chopughs_property_fire_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
Across the road, the Square-tailed Kites are sitting on the nest again.square-tailed_kite_nest_named_jackadgery_jan 2020
A very rare sighting of a Koel. This is a male. Last month I saw a female, the first time I have even seen Koels. Quite secretive birdskoel_male_tree_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
The Olive-backed Oriels were still around the garden at the start of the montholive-backed oriel_bird bath_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
It was lovely to hear the Rufous Whistler in the garden in the morningsrufous whistler_tree_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
The Sacred Kingfisher found a place in the sun to dry off after a bath.sacred kingfisher_tree_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
On my way to my besties, sometimes I stop at a man made wetland near a sewerage treatment works to see if there is any birds about. I startled a Golden-headed Cisticola in the long grass on the side of the road.golden-headed cisticola_named_casino_jan 2020
The Hardhead Duck was relaxing on the waterhardhead duck_named_casino_jan 2020
Back at home, a Grey Fantail has taken over the gardengrey fantail_tree_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
Another occasional visitor to my place, a Spectacled Monarch, dropped in for a couple of days.spectacled monarch_garden_tree_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020

I heard the buzzing of Bees in the Cassia and also came across a Bee Fly
bee fly_cassia_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
The Hornets have been buzzing around the garden. They are big but quite respectful of space. If I tell them to get out of the house, often they will just fly out the way they came in.hornet_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020

I was looking in the Bush Lemon Tree and came a cross a Shield Bug
shield bug_lemon tree_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
I love the Teddy Bear Bees as they buzz around the gardenteddy bear bee_geranium_flower_pot_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
The Teddy Bear Bee flew up to this Night Spider, gave it a nudge a couple of times then flew off. I was going to pull down the web so that bees didn’t become entangled when I spied the spider was still eating breakfastnight spider_food_web_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
Also among the Bush Lemon Tree was a Orchard Butterflyorchard butterfly_lemon tree_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
I had some help finishing a wall on my shed. Here is the wall being modified for the doorway.spark_grinder_door_shed_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
When I was putting mulch on the garden after the rain, I pulled out a bale of mulch and disturbed a White-crowned Snake. They are a small harmless snake about 30cm long and thinwhite-naped snake_home_jackadgery_jan 2020

 

The Red-necked Wallabies are still eating my Grevilleas even though I am putting out food for them. I do like the way they use their front legs to pull the branches down to get at the leaves.red-necked wallaby_grevillea_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
Sometimes a bit of a brawl takes place but only for a few seconds and then it’s back to normal.red-necked wallaby_joey_fight_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
You don’t want to get too close or involved with Red-necked Wallabies. They may look cute but look at their claws on their legs. The ones on their toes are quite big. When fighting, they balance on their tail and kick with their legs. Those toes can open you up like a watermelonred-necked wallaby_claws_garden_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2020
Well the sun is setting. So it’s almost time to say goodnight.sunset_trees_caniaba_jan 2020
I do love it when our Moon is out during the day.moon_day_home_jan 2020
I almost forgot, the other night, the Moon Flower bloomed and I was lucky enough to be there when it did. My bestie is good at holding the torchmoon flower_night_named_caniaba_jan 2020

Well there goes January. I hope you enjoyed a look back at My January 2020

Also for Su’s Changing Seasons

The hibiscus flower

Sunshine’s Macro Monday #26

Last week I posted the Hibiscus bud and a few people wanted to see the flower.
Recap – the bud
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The flower. Isn’t the bud deceiving as most people thought the flower would be red.20200127_blog challenge_macro_hibiscus flower
Here is another Hibiscus that is flowering at the moment too. This one is red and a miniature
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