This is a succulent pelargonium flower with a diameter of 15 millimeter.
For these composites I used 8 photos and fitted them together. The surface divisions are a composition in their own right.
It’s Winter but busy in our garden. Sunbirds (3 different species) warblers, mousebirds, starlings, pigeons and weavers, to name a few, moving around. In the grenadilla bush we have several bird species nesting every year. This time the Cape Wagtails are first to build their nest. Have a look.
The Cape Wagtail building a nest and a blooming sunflower in our garden. Later today more action in the nest building of the Cape Wagtails.
Canola season has just begun in South Africa. This morning’s windscreen shots between Bredasdorp and Napier.
Lesser Double-Collared Sunbird. Nectarina chalybea. In Afrikaans: ‘Kleinvaalpenssuikerbekkie’. Translated: ‘Small Pale Belly Sugar Beak’. South Africans are very descriptive in name giving…