We went on a hunt today–hunting for “funny plants.” We found lots of interesting things in our new environment.
(My almost-six-year-old took these pictures except the magnolia pods, the yellow flower, and the little buggy friend.)
Growing Together with Erica Goehring
6 thoughts on “Welcome to the Jungle”
great photos…great photographer too. Maybe a camera would have been the perfect birthday present?
Ahh, the saw palmetto – my hubby has one too many bad run-ins with those when we have gone geocaching while in the area visiting friends! LOL! Hope you are settling in…..
What interesting plants. The red berries look like holly berries, but can they be? Always thought of hollies as being a northern type of plant.
I was told it is a magnolia flower pod blooming. Strange.
Thank God! Somnoee with brains speaks!
Tokyo International Conference on African Development,also known as TICAD was originally started in 1993.TICAD was the pioneer of roundtable talks between Asian power and African leaders that proceeds China-Africa Summit for thirteen years.Japan’s interst in Africa is more of a political nature,not on mercantilism as the author has proposed.I think the author,along with most of the western writer on Japanese diplomacy,only repeat the hype and not relying on the fact.