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
Every year, one of our orchids will begin blooming just in time for my mother’s birthday in November; however, last year November 2017 was different since most of our orchids burst forth into blossoms in the month of November, and in December, and a few other orchids are still getting ready to bloom as I… Read More Ten Orchid Blooms And Counting
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”?
While weeding outside the gate of our home this week, we found a Pine tree seedling, standing ever so regal amidst straggling weeds and other rubble. It was indeed a rare find, and after gently uprooting it, we planted it in one of our flower pots. I’m not sure what type of Pine tree seedling… Read More A Rare Find Among Weeds
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
Our custard apple tree fell in 2014, but luckily for us, we had a couple more trees growing in our yard; and now at last, they are bearing fruit. This year, we will have a crop of about five custard apples . . . it’s a small start, but there will be many, many custard… Read More At last . . . Custard Apples
Growing amongst the climbing fig plant on a rock at the side of our home, is a Maidenhair Fern (Adiantum formosum); I almost missed sseeing it. Maidenhair fern belong to the types of ferns that are delicate, yet beautiful; I always stop to admire them.