|1. Pink Rose|
Here are some pictures of flowers from my garden. It is really wonderful whenever my roses bloom. This time my blooming roses are the pink, deep pink, red, yellow, miniature and tri-colour. I love it whenever my roses bloom.
|2. Deep pink rose|
Last Christmas, in a moment of self-motivated bravery, I switched to Google+. It is suppose to give me free unlimited storage if photos are 640 pixels and below. Nothing else happened. Or did something happened? Maybe my luck just ran out. As if by magic, Blogger created new photo albums in my Picasa for each and every single day that I uploaded photos to my blog post. I shudder at the thought of having another 100 new web albums with thousands of photos this year !
This problem has not been resolved yet and l have since switched back to pre-Google+ mode with limited photo storage capabilities. I still prefer good old Google. I haven't converted to Blogger New Interface yet. Actually I chose Blogger over Wordpress because I find it easier to navigate their dashboard. I wonder why Blogger is now trying to look like Wordpress.
Anyway, thanks to Sean's good idea, I now upload the photos to Picasa before posting.
I am not blaming Google but each time they announce something new that I must use, there are shivers down my spine.
Anyway, life goes on. Early in the morning, I am at my happiest because I get to see the flock of cute little black birds who were born atop my lipstick palm tree now learning how to fly. They practiced flying techniques by darting from my palm tree to my neighbour's longan tree. When it was time to rest awhile, they chirped happily as though talking about me, observing me walking about in my garden watering my plants. This place which is my garden is also their home, haha. I don't have a DSLR camera nor zoom lens, so I can't capture their antics for you to see.
The above picture is a butterfly which looks like a moth. It flies very fast and likes to dart around just like Dash of The Incredibles. I have seen it a few times before and each time on my angelonias. Butterflies that looked like moths, moths that looked like butterflies, and butterflies disguised as other (another species of) butterflies. I have seen them all. Aren't they clever?
|5. Papaya flowers|
|6. Pink hibiscus Rosa-sinensis|
|7. Citrus lime|
|9. Arundina graminifolia|
|10. Torch ginger Etlingera elatior|
|11. Cat whiskers - white flowers|
|13. Costus woodsonii|
This is my entry for Fertilizer Friday, hosted Glenda for hosting it at Tootsie Time.