Today I share a couple of random photos which were taken all around our home. Photo #1) Title: Stout Shadow, Slender Insect. A picture of a black insect on our wall. The insect may be a long-necked seed bug. Photo #2) Title: Albino Woodlouse On The Underside Of A Rock Photo #3) Title: The Dusty Web… Read More A Few Random Photos On May Day
This photo shows our very first ripen tomato with cucumber, lettuce, and escellion stalks taken from our organic vegetable garden.
On April 7th, I went up our hill in search of soursop fruits (Annona muricata), but found none. However, what I did find was a strange looking “soursop” hanging at the end of a limb which turned out to be the nest of a hummingbird. We have a small population (or charm) of hummingbirds living… Read More Today . . . I Found An Empty Nest
While viewing the photos of our vegetable garden, the photo of our sunflower plants suddenly seemed to answer the question we had been asking for some time. The photo shows our second sunflower bloom continuing to brighten our garden and horizon after the first sunflower bloom faded. And the question we asked was about the… Read More Continuity
Here are eight photos of our hillside vegetable garden at the end of April 2018. Photos of: 1) Our second sunflower bloom with pollen on its leaf, as well as the blossoms and young fruit of the bell pepper plants. 2) Okras ready for reaping, our large lettuce, and a few thyme plants. 3) Our… Read More April Photos Of Our Vegetable Garden
We have ants all over our vegetable garden, and even though they bite sometimes, we have no problems with them at all . . . in dry weather, that is. We’ve recently discovered that after a week of rainfall, they have become the not so friendly ants in our garden. When the ground became saturated with… Read More The Not So Friendly Ants In Our Garden
I usually find different kinds of eggs while gardening; some I crush, others I brush aside, but today I share the photos of a few eggs with you. I know that these are definitely the eggs of a galliwasp lizard: These eggs belong to either a slug or snail. And I have no idea what… Read More Egg, Eggs, And More Eggs