Odds n’ Ends

Home Grown – sweet pepper.

Thyreus bee stops for a drink from the lavender

Wind Chimes.

Honey Bee on Strelizia

Jasmine softens the cacti.

Bloom of the Coral Tree.

An unusual feature of this plant is that it produces flowers before the leaves.

Hot bread and butter?

Fresh from the oven this afternoon.

Zwartkops in bloom.

Southern Masked Weaver – male.





July Blues. When is a blue a green?

Green Wood hoopoe

The green wood hoopoe (Phoeniculus purpureus) is a large, up to 44 cm (17 in) long, near-passerine tropical bird native to Africa. It is a member of the family Phoeniculidae, the wood hoopoes, and was formerly known as the red-billed wood hoopoe.

Photographed Back Garden: 6/7/19



July Blues 6

Thanks to Becky over at Life of B.