Friday, November 20, 2015

Starlings and Plants;

Hader of this post;

*Many Starlings on the Electric wire*
At the end of September, I went out of my house hearing the chirping of birds.  I was SO surprised spotting these Starlings on the electric wire in front of my house. Unfortunately, it was really cloudy day and my pictures with many of them didn't came out well enough to post.  Just only this day but how lucky I was♡♡♡ 














The other day when we were driving back from my aunt's house, this huge Angel's Trumpet flowers jumped into my eyes. Luckily there was a space I could ask my husband to stop our car. The biggest one I've seen :-)
These pictures below was 'again' ←link the gifts from my husband's lady keyboard player who loves growing plants in her house. 
Money Tree with buds;

Happy to have these two colors of Camellia japonica;





Linking this post to  "Saturday's critters","Floral Friday Fotos",


Thank you so much for your kind words and thoughts for the previous post. 
I have many more things to deal with but I'll try my best with my husband's help:-)  
Have a wonderful coming weekend friends, See You Soon♪

17 comments:

Karen S. said...

Good morning Miyako, what fun all those lovely birds having fun on the wire! Your flowers and plants are just simply beautiful too, what a joy to stop by and say hello! Take care, Karen.

Linda Kay said...

Such perfect bird photos this morning, Miyako, and pretty flowers as well. Have a really special weekend, my friend!

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, awesome collection of Starling images. It is cool to see these large flocks of birds. The huge Angel Trumpet flowers are gorgeous! I have never seen a money tree, I have wished for one at one time or another, lol!
Beautiful camellia plants. Lovely post. Have a happy weekend!

DeniseinVA said...

The birds made me smile and then I looked at your flowers and I smiled again. Thank you dear Miyako for sharing them with Today's Flowers. Your kindness in doing so is very much appreciated.

ladyfi said...

What amazing and lovely bird photos! Have a great weekend.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, I just wanted to stop back and say thank you so much for linking up and sharing your Starlings and post. Have a happy weekend!

Tom said...

I wish that Camellias were hardy here.

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh, I see your starlings like each others' company as much as the ones here. Beautiful flowers, especially the Angel's Trumpets!

Latane Barton said...

That is a BiG angel trumpet plant. Glad hubby stopped by for you to get a picture.

b.."E"..th said...

having that many birds on one line i wonder how the line doesn't break? i see this often in our area too. i guess they are bird chatting with each other. ( :

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
It looks like the starlings had a regional gathering point right in your area.
Oh, cloudy days are the enemy of our camera and what can we do? But you got lucky and show us now some spectacular photos. Can you imagine how they have to be top fit before they fly long distance?
Love your Datura or Angel's Trumpet in perfect yellow. Quite a sight and especially for the time of the year.
Also the Jade plant or Crassula ovate what is also called money tree at times is showing gracious flower buds.
Of course camellias will always be a showcase in your country. We walked yesterday and we admired lots of them in other people's yards as well.
Happy weekend and hope you can rest up a bit dear friend.
Hugs,
Mariette

Anni said...

Beautiful trumpet vine...such a gorgeous yellow...so warm and colorful looking. Seeing this makes my whole body feel relaxed and comforted.

And my goodness, look at all those starlings!!! Amazing numbers.

Thanks for sharing this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Nice gathering of starlings. And I love the trumpet vine flowers!
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TexWisGirl said...

they're wonderful!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

The birds are wonderful; how sweet of them to pose for you ;>)! And that is an amazing trumpet vine.

I used to have a couple of Camellia bushes in our yard here in Oregon (before we retired and sold the house) -- they were the first flower to bloom in the spring and sometimes the bushes would freeze if we had a late frost. We lost one bush that way one year, the other survived. Thank you (and your friend) for these pictures which brought back memories!)

Nick V. said...

Beautiful shots, Miyako San! Those camellias are wonderful.
Thanks for participating in the Floral Friday meme.

Gunilla Bäck said...

Wonderful photos, dear Miyako! I love the camellias and the trumpet flowers are pretty as well. Take care!