Spring in my terrace
Last week's Spring HubMob inspired me to do a photo article. Some of the photos were taken a few days ago and depict the incoming spring, but most are from last spring and summer. Who's to know what's what, though, as I was smartly told by Shirley Anderson, hubmobster extraordinaire. Thanks for the tip, Shirley!
So here's a collection of wonderfulness from my terrace. Yes, all of them are from home, no copyright issues here. And if I later see these photos circulating around, I don't suppose I'll have a sissy fit. After all, who could blame anyone for snatching a few of these magnificent shots. Ahem...
The capsules are grouped per subject matter, I think it'll be useful (and fun) to read the titles. The captions are a humorous recount of the specimens that ever so graciously share their vital space with us.
I hope you have a good time enjoying the pretty sights and the silly commentary. Here we go, Babbley, baby!
Oh, one last thing: Notice the URL for this hub... I messed up! SPING SPING SPING! Go on and laugh at my expense, I already did!
The TITS... yes, you've got that right!
Cala lilies a gogo
Cactus or trumpets?
Love and Hate
More cactus flowers
Fruits and other goodies!
Ready for more flowers? Late spring and early summer!
Last but not least, CACTUS!
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