Because of cloud cover, it has been difficult to see some of the amazing astronomic events, such as the recent meteor showers. But I am hopeful that I will be able to see the Blood Moon tonight!One would think that since we've been having some rain, that the little flowers in the Bromeliads would be more prevalent. But this is the first I've seen recently.
These three irises (I think) were in the same yard.
These cactus seem to be wearing a little brown hat. Cute.
I am told that Lantana have mosquito repelling properties. I must buy some.
A lizard, frozen in time.
This is the hens and chickens cactus I have been searching for. The blooms are prolific.
Here is a shot of the ones he gave me. C'mon, little guys!
Maybe violets. I thought them quite pretty.
The valley at the top of my toughest hill. I always have a feeling of accomplishment when I make it to the top.
I thought I was gonna croak when I saw this cute dog and his booties. He had just lost a doggo friend in the past week, but seemed to be going on just fine.
Hole in the sky.
More little Bromeliad flowers.
Corgi slowed down enough to pose for me.
Another hole in the sky.
Water drops on the Plumeria at the park.
I am glad for the Microscope feature on my Olympus TG-4 camera.
Palm trees for you, babe!
Huzzah! The Magnolia appears to be starting its big bloom.
A view of ocean, town and the Arizona Memorial.
Don't know its name. Do like the colors.
Sunshine on the Plumeria. I love the shadows.