I haven’t taken a lot of photos for the past several weeks but there are a few new ones to share.
Came across this patch of Malva growing beside the ice cream store in downtown Halifax.
This hydrangea grows beside MaryAnn’s front steps. I love the combination of large flowers and tiny florets.
The small front garden across the street from my chiropractor’s office was filled with blooming orange and yellow day lilies a couple of weeks ago.
I’m fascinated by the natural rock wall on Regency Park around the corner from where I live. Last week the hawkweeds were spectacular with a bit of thistle thrown in. As I was taking pictures this man was walking his dog. I didn’t react fast enough to get a burst of photos as he walked down the street. I need to be more prepared for the unexpected. This could turn into a wall art piece. I edited the image using a couple of photo editors on my iPhone, removing a couple of extra poles and the wires holding them in place.
It’s raining and dark today – not a great day for photography. Maybe tomorrow will be better.