Can someone explain why this white bellflower has suddenly appeared in my bellflower bed.
Here you can see it on the bottome left of the picture surrounded by its blue companions. I have had the bell flowers for many years, all blue and suddenly a white bell flower has appeared. It must be a fluke of nature to produce a white flower, but at the moment nature is really doing something completely different: so now I have a white species. Actually I am quite pleased to have this new mutation in my flowrbed. Perhaps there will more with time.
The surprises that greet you when you take a walk in the garden in the morning. We have been dehydrating under the massive heat wave like most of the world and the only water my garden sees is when I spray it in the evening. Early morning the sun is already training for its daily sojourn and then I saw this slug slugging its way along the stones of my raised bed. I think he was out for a night on the tiles and recognised its mistake when the sun came up. He then decided to slug its way to the next damp dark place which was between the stones. I managed to capture its farewell before it disappeared for the day.
I cannot help it, but I have a cloud fascination, especially when the clouds do something that they do not usually do. I was even a member of the Cloud Appreciation Society for a couple of years although no longer. Somehow my membership got lost and I no longer bothered to renew. Actually in my golden oldie years I no longer belong to anything except for two photo sites. Belonging costs money and what if I am no longer here to belong. At the age of 75 you never know. So enjoy yesterday’s sunset.
But these are my all time favourite. I call them bubble clouds, although I think they are mammatus clouds. I just love them and this morning they were my first clouds in the sky.
I just love these clouds, each one independent of its neighbour. Of course they eventually decided to combine with their neighbours and there were various clouds hanging everywhere. I now have the habit of going outside in the evening or morning with my camera to see what delights the sky has for me.
During the day the clouds clouded together over the local Jura Mountains to show me their repertoire of cloud formations, but nothing beats the mammatus formations.
I am Ahmed Abdi, a Wordpress blogger and storyteller who searches for stories that inspire people. I love writing because it’s a reflection of how I perceive the world around me. Lost in a world of endless chaos in my childhood, Unforgettable moments of tragedy and triumphs taught me the art of storytelling where I found myself through letter writing and then turned into stories but then sadly had lost everything I wrote for years. In 2018, I decided to create a Wordpress blog site that would allow me to store and retrieve every piece. Stories from my community, city and people are what make my writing so interesting and inspiring! I’m a tea lover so a cup of tea sometimes makes my blog.
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