Sunshine’s Macro Monday #55

Even more photos from the Domaine’s gardens! This time I’m featuring my late mother’s favourite plant, the Agapanthus. She used to have clouds of these, the versions in lilac-blue and white, in large bright blue ceramic pots on the terrace.

We have large drifts of these all over the Domaine garden, but only the lilac-blue version.

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your helpful feedback and kind comments on these posts – most encouraging.

Sunshine’s Macro Monday Challenge was hosted by Irene a formidable photographer who encouraged us to scrutinise the smallest of details by getting up close and personal and bringing someone or something to life in a photograph. It was a one day challenge without prompts which I have continued to pursue. Feel free to join in and brighten everyone’s Monday.

58 Comments on “Sunshine’s Macro Monday #55

  1. I enjoy nothing more than seeing these buds in my garden in the evening. By morning time, they look just like your photos. Beautiful, Sheree.

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  2. I grow Agapanthus but mine are white with a hint of lilac on the outside.
    After a couple of years of not doing so well this year they really flourished which was a joy for so many people walking past as well as myself of course.

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  3. We have something similar (although you might disagree because I’m sure it’s a different flower) in orangy-red. Delicious photos – thank you.

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  4. Pingback: Not the Agapanthus | Robert C Day

  5. Agapanthus are synonymous with Christmas here. I am looking forward to Spring and getting out into my garden, to clear up the first damage.

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