Hydrangea Glamour in Port Elizabeth
Flowering Red Gum
Flowering Red Gum
Port Elizabeth South Africa
East Sussex Snow Today
Just think. From beneath the snow will emerge a glorious English garden. What great encouragement for all who at this time are going through any adversity. Please scroll right down.
Below are some flowers which were growing in the same garden before winter Resting now, these beautiful promises of life renewed will burst through in Spring. As day follows night so spring follows winter. The darkness of Good Friday was followed by the blazing white light of Easter day. To God be the glory.
“All shall be well, all manner of thing shall be well” Julian of Norwich.
Lake Tahoe Flowers
Beautiful flowers in Lake Tahoe, California. Please scroll down below the picture and click to start the video
Beautiful Flowers in Port Elizabeth South Africa
Four pictures. Please scroll down. Thank you.
These stunning flowers were taken at the Pot and Barrel Nursery. The pictures were not solicited. They are printed with permission. There are many beautiful flowers at the Nursery.
What a beautiful setting.
Richmond Park London
“Richmond Park, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, is the largest of London’s Royal Parks, and is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation. It was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park.”Wikipedia
We visited the Park but only had time for a short visit. Here are a few pictures taken today. Please scroll down. Clearly the huge Park will reward a visit of several hours. What a beautiful and precious place. Refreshments are available – see last picture.
A Rose at Dawn
Visiting Sydney’s famous Royal Botanical Gardens – scroll down to see pictures.
We visited the Gardens a few days ago. Spent about an hour there. It immediately became obvious that the Gardens offer visitors a lifetime of joy. The joy of learning about the countless labelled trees and flowers The joy of just looking at the beauty. The lush green lawns. The ever present bird life. And all this a stone’s throw from the equally famous Sydney Opera House. Here are some pictures. Believe me, pictures are fun but are no substitute for a personal visit. go there! Enjoy.
Giant Bees in Sydney’s Famous Royal Botanical Gardens
Enjoy these beautiful bees! Scroll down for two pictures.