Hit the trail this morning and look what I found😀…blue sky, sun peeking out from behind the tall trees, pretty little weed flowers and a white hibiscus!!💕 What more inspiration does one need to step out under the wide open sky!!
Pause and admire the weed flowers sometimes! My eyes always fall upon the nameless beauties we often refer to as ‘weed flowers’ – fragile, miniscule but so vibrant in their hues.
This is Yellow rocketcress I found blooming off the walking trail next to a small stream.
And this is Sherardia arvensis, very tiny purplish hued flowers! I had to really zoom into them.
And finally this is Henbit deadnettle, still in a slumber ( it was still early )! The ground on either side of the trail was swarming with these ‘sleeping beauties’. I might have to take an afternoon walk to actually admire them in their full bloom.
Divine white blossoms of the Chaparral yucca plant
and the waxing gibbous moon shining brightly
Is there anything better than a pretty little flower that smiles and welcomes a new month?
A low maintenance shrub with silvery gray-green leaves and bell-shaped purple blooms, it looks pretty both from a close angle as well as a distance. And when I spot an interesting flower I need to really get up close!
An interesting fact – these pretty flowers mostly bloom just before or following a shower!
I have been watching these blossoms for the last few days on my walks, but did not think much of them until this morning when I zoomed into them and boy, what a difference it made!
Each little blossom was a beauty and the morning light simply heightened its glory. There were some in reds too, but these fragile pink ones took my breath away!!
I had been missing out on photography for sometime. So when I spotted these pretty hibiscus flowers I knew I was in luck!