02 November 2007

Heather and thither

I took these pictures when on my early morning walk at Edens Touch, last week end. I have not been able to idenfify them, but think they are from the heath family....not sure from which branch though.












7 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

No idea what it is, but makes a good photo..

dot said...

Very unusual looking and pretty too!

photowannabe said...

They look like little snowballs. I wonder which branch they belong to too.

karoline said...

do they have a scent? they almost look like junipers..

Max-e said...

Hi all thanks for the comments. The Western Cape is paradise at this time of the year.

Karaline, I must confess that I do not know if it has a scent or not. Next time I see one, I will check it out :)

Lynette said...

I don't know what the plants are either, but they are lovely in your photographs.

Thanks for visiting my blog and enjoying Flat Stanley. About moving a house, if you go to Google Images and type house moving in the search box, you'll find all sorts of methods of moving houses. I enjoyed looking just now--hope you will, too.

Max-e said...

Hi Lynette
Thanks for your comments. I am definitely going to have to familiarize myself with the local flora.

I did the Google search you suggested on house moving. I find it fascinating. In our country moving an old building is never considered an option. They are just broken down.