Mirror, mirror, on the wall...
Zen inspired Prospero?
Looks like beautiful things are happening in your neck of the woods. I especially like how the blossoms glow from within.
I love the lights in the distance of the neighbourhood, and Impulsive is pretty impressive. Lovely captures.
Each of these photos is lovely. Impulsive is positively radiant.
It is ok if I can't see your neighbour cos your garden is unique ;-) What's that strange looking plant with flower that looks like daisy? The other one, is sakura? Lovely lovely!
Is this your conopytum in your garden? These conophytum have flower? Oh! so nice! My conopytum's bloom in October. And Maybe peach blossom photo is so beautiful! Thank you Prospero.Makiko
I need a larger view of your gardens...
Well at least you get to see flower blossoms already..Beautiful images!
Even we try subdue the beauty of flowers, the sparkles still very much visible.. ~bangchik
Makiko, the mesemb, affectionally known as Marlon Brando, is an Aloinopsis malherbei.
I love your flower photos but I always love all the photos you take. I see my favorite little hairy pet. The had an adult in the paper for $75.00 and that got snatched up so quick. I know I can not handle another pet but you can bet I would try. It would not be fir to a small dog. Spunky wears me out when I play with him. What is this about training with a clicker.
Prospero's garden is my favourite! I agree with Abbot - Zen's inspiration:)
Leprechauns hidden in Your garden?
impulsive? surely not you, Prospero :-)(right now i feel like a pebble in the hand of a magician)
you leave in a serendipitous garden Prospero :o))...toi aussi prends bien soin de toi...et des jolies fleurs qui poussent autour de toi...a bientot...
Special garden you have !!!I hope Angelina can walk there ..... ;)Love your flowers :)))))
Looks like there are signs of Spring in your garden! That last picture is beautiful, a fruit tree of some sort?
Yes, Catherine - the impetuous peach.
Love these flowers on the pebbles!Thanks for your visiting and nice comment on my place. (I live in São Paulo State, Brazil.)
Of all three pictures I especially loved "Impulsive" with it's beauteous lush color against dark background. Looks like there are flowers in your rock garden--they seem to be looking for the sun.Your neighborhood...well, that's a little tricky. I sometimes feel a fuzz in my eyes when I think about my neighbors. Some of them I don't know--most of them actually. Even though I live in a country town.Friendship brings detail into life, doesn't it.
In Oregon we have poison oak. I don't know if I've ever seen poison ivy before...I'm going to have to look it up...