SURPRISE AT THE HARBOR and 90 Days of Summer

31 thoughts on “SURPRISE AT THE HARBOR and 90 Days of Summer”

  1. Lovely images, Jesh! Very summery. It is cold wet and very wintry here in Melbourne at the moment.
    The “yucca” is a palm tree. Here are some yucca flowers:
    https://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.com/2017/04/fff280-yucca.html
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yucca
    The little pink flower is from an Australian native tree! It’s called Kurrajong or lacebark tree:
    https://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.com/2018/12/fff369-lacebark-tree.html
    Always happy to help out with all things botanical 🙂

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  2. Sounds like a fun day. Glad you got photos…can imagine the camaraderie happening with the singing. Always makes for warmth among people.

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    1. Haha, now I can “talk” with you without having to look up your url! The ukulele group was so out of sync with the rushed, don’t bother me, professional and executive mentality that it was a brush of fresh air – that’s why I loved it!Thanks for the comment!

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  3. Beautiful and fun collection. How wonderful to stumble on the ukulele group….it is always especially fun when you have an unplanned great experience!

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  4. I’ve been fascinated by the ukulele but never had the courage to pick one up and learn. Perhaps I should.
    dropping by from ABCW

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  5. It is sometimes a fun experience to act as a tourist in your everyday settings. You spotted a lovely singing group & a fantastic yucca blooming. Thank you for linking at Friday Bliss – I enjoyed your photos. Greetings & hugs.

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  6. I’ve never seen yucca blooms before. Before I read your caption, I thought it was a palm tree and I wondered if the swaying blooms inspired hula dancing way in the beginning. The Husband and I play at learning the ukelele. We practice when one of us picks it up that then brings the other to sit down and patiently wait for a turn.

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  7. The ocean is the best place. Perfect for relaxing. A great series of photos and thanks for linking them up. Have a GREAT weekend!

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    1. I knew the Yucca in Holland as a 2 feet houseplant, so I was mesmerized when I saw the 6 feet or taller ones on the hillsides here. The blooms are beautiful and white (the ones in my image have already wilted).

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  8. The loudness of the hibiscus flower to the quiet of the little pink flower is a great contrast. Your adventure sounds perfect to me, a woman who hasn’t seen the ocean for real in years.

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