Last Sunday I and five friends of mine were going to The National White Water Centre for rafting. The centre is located on the River Tryweryn in Snowdonia, Wales. We were doing rafting for about two hours and it CREATED so much fun and excitement! We enjoyed it so much and we had a good laugh together. That’s the first one.
Rafting with friends
The second one is the photo of my solar powered lanterns that I just bought last weekend and put them on my back garden. The colour of the lights keep changing and it’s really nice to watch it. I shot it from my first floor. Obviously I didn’t create those lanterns. By putting them on my back garden then it is a part of my CREATION to decorate for, LOL.
The final one is about the nature. Who does CREATE the nature? Whoever the Master behind the nature, I always admire it! Every time I admire them I always remember How Great Thou Art‘s song.
Apiaceae, known as carrot or parsley family, with an insect
A lost sheep?
That’s all! Hope everybody enjoys my entry for this week. 🙂
Two days ago I went to a park that I had never been to before. I went on my own. As I was wandering around my eyes spotted a dandelion. I grabbed at my camera and started taking pictures.
While I was busy taking some picture I heard some voice around somewhere in the distance. I paused for a moment and looked around. There were three girl teenagers walking towards where I was. I decided to stop taking pictures and moved about two meters away from. I waited for them to pass me and the flower.
A minute after they walked passed I went back to the dandelion wished to take another pictures. Unfortunately it has been kicked off by one of those girls. I don’t know whether they did it on purpose or not. Only them could tell.
Poor wild flower…
You are very vulnerable…
This is another dandelion that I found on the road on my way back home.
Hi, beautiful! What is your name? Is it Bird cherry?
Are you Bird Cherry flowers?
I’ve been browsing on internet in order to find out the name of this flower. I ended up on a website called The Flower Expert and under ‘types of flowers’ tab and ‘wild flowers’ category, I found a similar look like this flower called Bird cherry or Prunus padus in Latin.
Bird Cherry (?)
I remember one time when I was trying to eat its fruit back few months ago. I was so curious at the time. Unfortunately it tasted so bitter as it is said on that article. So don’t try this at home!
Small and beautiful
I still am not so sure yet whether I am right about this flower. But despite its confusing name or genus, I hope that everybody enjoys the pictures.