David Huang wrote:I was out in my greenhouse this morning. Some of the chard from last year survived the winter and are putting out new leaves. Fresh chard leaves are just so beautiful they almost look unreal.
Andrés Bernal wrote:Just stumbled with this emerald wasp.
M. Phelps wrote:the cactus in the foreground looks a bit like wooly torch
David Huang wrote:I actually do have quite the thing for rocks. Personally I can get lost in the beauty of their surfaces, layers, and colors. So I may well end up posting more than one rock photo here over time.
Burra Maluca wrote:Plum blossom.
Thomas Agresti wrote:Here at our latitude, we are a little bit behind you and there are no flowers to speak of yet, however I'm enjoying yours. My jade plant in flower from this Winter.
T Melville wrote:I'm traveling right now, so taking more pics than normal. I chose a few that show more nature and less man made stuff.
Dragonfruit from chinatown
M. Phelps wrote:my coffee tree is flowering
Burra Maluca wrote:Blossom on the old pear tree.
Burra Maluca wrote:I might go out later and take a photo of the water mine and the view from the top terrace, and maybe any wild flowers I can find.
David Huang wrote:This single flower is what I have left. It's also my first flower of the season.
Burra Maluca wrote:By the door to the little house at the bottom of the garden.
T Melville wrote:Just down the hill from Mount Soledad Memorial: