To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
Ecclesiastes 3:1 KJV
Change is in the air.
In England spring is beginning to shyly show her beautiful face.
In South Africa the autumn chill is starting to call for jerseys
Below are two pictures taken a few days ago. The first is of early spring daffodils in England. The second is of the South African “blood flower” now blooming in early autumn.
Read Mariska’s comment about the “blood flower” below the second picture.
Below: English spring daffodils – March 2021
Below: South African autumn blood flowers – March 2021
“When this bulb plant pushes out her red powder brush, you can know the time of summer is over. Some people call the Powderbrush / blood flower also the April Fool – why?” – Mariska Spoormaker on Facebook. (Behind the flowers is “Tiekie”, Mariska’s good friend and companion.