Images From My Yard
This bouganvilla is climbing the south wall in our backyard, getting plenty of sun all day long, it was totally decimated a few years ago when the block wall was built to replace the old wood fence and is making a good come-back. The same treatment was given on the opposite side of the yard this past year when the wood was replaced by a new block wall. I can’t wait until all the bouganvilla comes back and our backyard perimeter will be covered by green and shades of red.
Found at a Lowe’s home improvement store garden department. I believe this may be part of the syngonium family, commonly referred to as Arrowhead Vine, bur being wrong is something that I am very familiar with, so don’t try to win any bar bets based upon my authority. I was heavy handed with the painterly effects and it was by design, abstracting the image out so you can view it as you would a Rorshach ink blot, and let your imagination fill in the blanks.
My suburban backyard in Southern California. I spent some time one afternoon challenging myself to find interesting images in the yard. These, and all other images in this blog are taken from the perspective of a man sitting in a power chair, and everything in this group is hand held.
We have three fairly massive Bird of Paradise plants that have thrived since they were planted by Judy as seedlings. No blooms at the time these images were captured, but their leaves are always amazing.
The succulent Red Apple would overrun the yard from ground level if we allowed it. And the Bouganvilla does an admirable job climbing the walls.
The irrigation is fairly sparse and the lawn may not be as deep a green as we’d like, but it does make a good carpet.