Today’s photos on Valentime’s Day selected for the chorus of John Legend’s song “All Of Me“. Dedicated to those who are truly in love. Advertisements
They say that birds cannot smile because they do not have lips; but whenever we give our lovebirds a treat, they make the happiest sounding chirps, and crack open their beaks in adorable ways that look like cute “smiles”. Todays photos show our lovebirds enjoying their treat of a palm branch. (Please note that they… Read More “Smiling” Lovebirds
Today’s photo shows a moth that I’m seeing for the very first time, I don’t know what specie it is. This moth is pink in colour with a few splashes of yellow, it also has black spots of various sizes on its wings, and a black wooly head. However, when I mentioned the sighting of… Read More A Pink Moth With Black Afro
Today’s photo shows a snail crawling gingerly accross our lawn. We have various types of snails all around our yard, and we see them quite frequently, especially in the mornings after we receive rains during the night. As I drew closer to the snail to take a few more pictures of it, I observed that… Read More Frilly Foot Or Are They Snail “Toes”?
When we moved around a few building blocks in our garden, approximately six or seven lizards dashed out from beneath them and ran for their lives. They were the ugliest lizards we ever saw. As we continued working, we came across one more of these lizards, but it was dead . . . or so… Read More An Ugly Jamaican Lizard
I have never, in all my years of gardening, seen such an infestation of bugs on our Gungo peas (pigeon peas) trees. Worst of all, these bugs are now everywhere . . . outdoors and indoors. We’re having a plague of round, black, stink bugs. All areas of our Gungo peas trees are covered with stink… Read More A Plague Of Round, Black, Stink Bugs
It has been two years since our Jamaican Royal Palm (Roystonea altissima) has borne fruit, and I am still not sure if these fruits can be eaten or used by humans. I read that birds eat these red fruits, and I’ve observed a few birds among the branches and inflorescences of our neighbours’ palm trees.… Read More Dog Eating Fruit Of The Jamaican Royal Palm