Fiery light in the garden

The back of our house faces due west, so we get the pleasure of the setting sun in our living room and dining room each and every day. Although it can make the backyard quite the furnace in the height of summer, early evening is a magical, fiery time in our garden as the sun streams through the foliage and flowers.

Musa ‘Zebrina’

Musa ‘Zebrina’


Solenostemon ‘Crimson Tide’


Solenostemon ‘Crimson Tide’


Solenostemon ‘Trusty Rusty’


Colocasia ‘Illustris’






Cucumis sativus ‘Pickling’



Published by Christopher Tidrick

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  1. love to see nature capture the light Beautiful shares!



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