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This is a terrestrial, wild bee orchid with a mauve hue. I’m surprised when I discover them growing wildly in the garden under the pine trees. The angle of the…

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At the end of August, the olives trees have finished growing their fruit to full size. The fruit is actually a very dull shade of green to such a point that…

It amazing how one's backyard can be the most inspiring place when the need to press the shutter arises.

This surprising flower seemed to have grown from out of nowhere. Far back in the yard against the fence where no one ever ventrues - because there's nothing to…

Some time back we bought an apricot tree that had been grafted. For whatever reason, the apricot tree took off and suddenly died. At the base green sprouts…

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In the lawn has appeared a beautiful yellow flower today - it wasn't there yesterday (or I didn't notice). I'm convinced it is a yellow daisy. Or is it weed…

Beyond the chainlink fence on the neighbor’s land, to my surprise, grows a solitary rose and beautifil it is. It stands out with its vanilla-ice-cream-white and…

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