Ever thought of becoming a photographer? Gorgeous pics!
Ha ha! Hope the house huntng is going well, miss you! :)
I agree with Amy.That top photo jumped out at me as a 'wow!' even on my 'reader'.I don't like cacti. (My dad grew masses of them when I was a child and I got fed up because they never 'did' anything.)- But your cactus here has such an interesting light on it, it has, through your lens, become an interesting plant.Basil - snails here love basil - munch straight through it in a moment - speed snails! - But I don't suppose you get snails in your heat?Esther
Thank you Esther! I am dreaming, of perhaps getting a newish camera as I have a big birthday coming up soon, but not after I start compacting of course! :) Hmm, the basil isn't looking like that picture anymore. I suspect a caterpillary type thing as it has been eaten in the way things are eaten when they are eaten by caterpillars, sort of in circles. I haven't seen anything though. According to my book basil is supposed to repel lots of bugs, not attract them!
Lovely pictures! What's the tree with the white flowers?
It's a Texas Ebony. It only flowers for a few days but the smell is heavenly when it does! :)
Mo you have a lovely June garden. the illuminated green leaf is so beautiful. the Basil looks pretty good too...yummy pesto! I love cacti, they are special because they take many years to grow big!)The flowers are usually spectacular.
Thank you Titania! :)
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