To clear my head and give my sister a rest while incarcerated
in hospital, I went for a walk in the neighbourhood.
Peeping over the side fence near the emergency entrance was
this great snow-ball bush.
Spring in sub-urban Melbourne brought forth these arum lilies
against a rather monotonous house.
Normally, these lovely grevilleas would be a goldmine for
territorially fighting honey-eaters protecting their food
source. I was surprised at the lack of birds. Despite the masses
of flowers on all sides, I only saw a few Miner birds.
Roses were just starting to bloom with some unfortunately
damaged outer petals from the recent heavy rains.
Lastly, cherry blossom on a small street tree of some caring
gardener who had planted two on his nature strip.
The fresh air and flowers restored me to a semblance of normalcy
so I could keep my sister slightly more cheerful company.
I hope you are all having a wonderful Spring/Autumn wherever you
are. Forgive me if I do not manage to visit you all, I do as much as I
can manage at the moment.
TODAY'S FLOWERS make it possible for us to see what is blooming
around the world, so post your own and check out everyone else's!