Feast of Beauty

Hello, my friends. Come in. Relax. Enjoy the beauty of my virtual home, while I am busy scrubbing our real one. Tomorrow we are having a small gathering of friends. Today I am cleaning.

I offer you a feast of beauty, starting with our unassuming little (I do mean little) church, and moving outside to the landscaping. All of the flowers thrive courtesy of our pastor, who has recently answered another call and will soon be leaving us. However, you can see that we will have many visual reminders of his time with us.

Waianae United Methodist Church

Double Oleander

Waianae United Methodist Church


Madagascar Periwinkle

Madagascar Periwinkle

Jetrophia (male flower)


Double Hibiscus

Frangipani in Pink & Yellow (aka Plumeria)

Waianae United Methodist Church

Frangipani in White & Yellow (Plumeria)

Jetropha (female flower)

Rain Shower Tree Blossoms

Pink Plumeria (aka Frangapani)

More & More Project Yellow!

Project Yellow began at Anna Carson Photography, but it didn’t stay there. She says tomorrow will be the last day for the theme. As usual, I came late to the party. It was an eye-popping bash!

I may have arrived late, but I came with plenty!

Sweet Plumeria
Can you smell it?
(If you like this flower, click here and/or here.)

Saffron Finch
I met this bright little fella in Kona.

Yellow Pride of Barbados

Gorgeous Croton Leaf

Ms. Lantana, admiring her reflection in polished granite.

Quilly’s shadow on tile.