My sister-in-law's Mom passed away this week. The gladness mixed with mourning sadness is that she lived a good long life and was surrounded with loving family when she passed.I am glad that I put a comment on this photo when I saved it for my blog post: For my brother! Because he raises bees. The bee pictured here just wandered around. Not sure why. It wasn't doing its pollen gathering.
Holes in the early morning sky
I do not know how one can discipline such a cute dog and trusting face! If you are unfamiliar, it is a Sheltie.
Rainbow on the street near us.
Just barely there.
For my Kauai friend....
Mother of Thousands. This is the plant that is poisonous to small animals.
Creamy pink Plumeria
And a cool cactus.
This is the color of rose (Sterling Silver) that we had at our wedding. 24 years ago! Celebrating 24 tomorrow.
I like how the Hibiscus, even when closed up overnight, still is able to have enough exposure to be able to pass along pollen.
The top of Akaaka street. It's a challenge to get up there, so I always pause to enjoy the nice breezes that come up the valley.
When the female saw me, she took off, with the male still on board.
I never tire of these lovely colors.
Loved the signs...both this one and the one below were on the same car.
This cute little dog just got a summer haircut. It's amazing how different he looks. And he has cute spots on his chest, which I hadn't seen when he had all that hair.
Succulent plants often have this tall protuberance which has a flower eventually.
The lizards were out!
Pink orchids. So incredible that they have so many sizes, shapes, colors. Most that I have spotted here on Oahu do not have a scent.
Thanks for reading. I do appreciate you taking the time.