FOTD on CNY + VDay + Roadtrip

Whether you’re part of a pair or going solo, give yourself some love today. Better yet, have a daily dose of self-lovin’. Don’t be afraid to receive it, or freely give some of it. The world will be a better place with all kinds of love in it.

FOTD

Aside from its attractive color, this particular flower in full bloom was bigger than my cupped hands. I remember using its nectar to make bubbles when I was a kid.

Hibiscus/gumamela up close

The Feathery Kind

I’m not very much into flowers but these stopped me in my tracks. Thought they were unique and a closer look and feel did not dissappoint.

The petals are feathery soft to the touch.

Although spotted in New Zealand, these protea flowers are native to South Africa and Australia and, in local tradition, are said to represent change and hope.

For Cee’s  FOTD and October Squares/ Kinda Square

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