Sunday afternoon we wandered
on the south end of the place...
Here are a few of the day's pictures.
Never start nasturtiums where you don't mind them taking over.
South America, these plants trail their round leaves and bright orange and yellow flowers and dangle down the rocky cliffs to the beach. Their name is a derivative of Old English from Latin of nose (naris) and to twist ( torquere).
After clearing nasturtiums off the stairs
we walked down to the narrow cove.
Down at the south end the clear skies gave a good view of Bird Rock.
Sun and shadows on the path
This lone little flower has poppy like leaves. The wind or a bird must have brought it. It opened it's bloom yesterday right outside my front door.
A big hello to my friends and family...wish we could spend the 4th of July Independence Day holiday together but where ever you are I hope you can and will celebrate that "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."