A few days ago I published a photo of a poinsettia and asked you to find the little bug hiding on the flower. A few people have mentioned not being able to find it, so here is an enlargement, a bit grainy, but hope you can see it now. Then go back to the original photo HERE and hopefully, you’ll see it. Let me know! He was a tiny one. I was surprised to find him there, too.
Can you see the insect on this poinsettia? You may need to click on the photo to enlarge it to see. If you still can’t see it, go HERE to see an enlargement.
See Cee’s incredible summer bouquet HERE.
See Cee’s gorgeous poppies HERE.
As trees shed their adornments, these hearty azaleas seem to be holding their own. Photo taken at the Huntsville, Alabama, botanical gardens.
For Cee’s Flower Prompt. See her audacious flower HERE.
For Cee’s Flower Post. Don’t miss her peonies HERE.
Today I’m sending out a small bouquet of two flowers as two very important people in my life were born on November 16. One is with me today and another has not been with us for 16 years, so the number 16 is especially significant today.
For my reclusive best friend, another reclusive little creature in a beautiful setting. Happy Birthday, Dux!
And, for my mother Pat, who was a fellow night owl who loved exotics and who would have loved my night view of this hibiscus, I am sure, if she’d lived to see it.
Happy Birthday, Dux and Pat. I love you both and think of you on your day!!!!
For Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge.