Another flower for In the Pink!
There’s a single, forlorn, not-very-tall cherry tree at the entrance to a car park on my walk to the train station. It looks so out of place, and I can’t imagine who planted it. But the flowers are pretty (and pink!) and every since I became aware of September Squares’ theme I’ve been meaning to photograph the flowers. I was prompted again by Becky’s lovely almond blossom photos. With both September and cherry blossom season on the way out, I finally got my photos.
Becky’s back with September Squares (yeah okay, we’re a week into September so I’m behind already) and the theme is pink. I’m kicking off with another stunner from my parents’ garden, a gorgeous pink lavatera.
I’m joining Becky B’s square flowers in September series for the last few days of the month. And here’s the last one*. A spray of phalaenopsis orchid flowers, photographed in my living room. They’ve all dropped off now, but lasted for months.
*You may be viewing on the 29th, but in Sydney it’s the 30th.
I’m joining Becky B’s square flowers in September series for the last few days of the month. Not only do I not know what sort of flower this is, I don’t remember where I photographed it. Nice bee, though. 😉
I’m joining Becky B’s square flowers in September series for the last few days of the month. This is another one whose name I don’t know, but it reminds me a fritillary. Photographed at South Head Cemetery, Sydney.