Time to post photos that have been languishing in your files, maybe you forgot about them, maybe you thought they weren't good enough...whatever the reason, we'd like to see them anyway.
This idea was brought to us by Kim, of Frog Ponds Rock fame; Kim is a ceramic artist who makes wonderful cups, platters and bowls, along with dragons eggs and other environmental things.
She also takes amazing photos.
Some time this weekend, (I believe it's today), Kim is participating in the Greatest Shave to raise funds for Leukemia sufferers and research. Why not hop on over to the Frog Ponds and give her a little encouragement and support.
I usually choose a theme for my Sunday Selections and this week I'm bringing you a selection of photos from the garden I used to have.
CACTUS AND OTHER SUCCULENTS
Here you see Hootie in amongst the Aloe Veras and Jades.
I still have Hootie and I took pieces of the Jades before I sent all of them to the Community Garden.
They're alive and well on my current front porch.
Oddly enough, when I got the first cuttings, they were so dark they appeared to be black.
The grassy stems popping out of the ground in front of Harley and to the left of the black pot are garlics.
To join in with Sunday Selections, post your photos, link back to Kim, then hop into the Frog Pond and add your name to the linky list. Kim likes it when you leave a comment too.