Saturday, September 26, 2020

Nectar and Light

6 comments:

Barbara Rogers said...

I'm just finishing my decaf with a teaspoon of her nectar...it's so lovely tasting, and so is she (looking that is.

Mystic Meandering said...

Is that a Cosmos that she's sitting on? Awesome :)

Kiki said...

No it's a dmall aster. We call them Bettagsbl├╝emli, meaning that (usually, but that's not the case) they flower around Thanksgiving in Switzerland (which is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday in September).

Kiki said...

A place where our world still seems to be functional and largely untouched.

kerrdelune said...

The blooms are Michaelmas daisies, and they are also called New England asters. They bloom around the time of the Equinox, and I absolutely adore their colors. The ones in my garden are full of bumbles and bees.

Anne(ke) said...

Dear one, a present came my way ... I was searching for an image of Michaelmas daisies and happened upon a photo you used in 2006. And this made me find your page, such a pleasant surprise! Blessings to you ...
The reason I was looking for a photo was because a raindrop highlighted by a sleepy autumn sun was inspiration for an haiku ;-)

https://www.facebook.com/annekomm2/photos/a.1530672640532291/2692223171043893/