Now for my Critters post.
The garden is looking beautiful now after a shower of rain on Wednesday night.
Aloes and irises along my boundary wall
I've never planted roses but kept three bushes which were already in my garden 15 years ago
I liked this image
A large rose bush beside out entertainment area.
I liked this image too
Earlier this week I placed floury apples on this bird feeder. When we noted the interest, I cut up oranges and a couple of my crispy apples and and orange. Here a Red-eyed Bulbul tucks into the fruit
A Cape White-eye flew in and had a bite when the Bulbul left
Grant hung another bird feed in the peach tree and soon the Red-Eyed Bulbul swooped in there to feed
When the Bulbul left, the White-eye stopped off to test this bird feeder
And the sunbirds have arrived! The Malachite Sunbird male was feeding at my aloes earlier this week; I missed getting a photo. Next the female arrived and supped from the aloes; still no success.
Then she flew into the peach tree and I managed to photograph her!
After a late night last night (more about that next week), I captured the waning moon over Marquard
Images taken by moi at eight minutes past midnight on Friday
I'm linking to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
Happy Saturday to you all.
We (the Hedges family) are watching South Africa versus Scotland in an hour. I'm chewing my nails! )