Monday, February 19, 2018

Of tulips, snowdrops and iguanas

The valentines day flowers are still looking perky and the sun is shining. It's mighty cold outside though, hovering around 0 degrees Centigrade but when we're inside looking out it feels as though spring may soon arrive in Victoria.


























The snowdrops are up in my garden and the crocuses are popping up everywhere so it can't be too far away.  We're gradually getting absorbed back into our life at home.

It's funny how it takes a while to remember what it is we do in our days after we've been away for a while.  I'm back to my bungee and fitness classes and we had a social weekend reconnecting with friends.






But now my mind is going back to a few pretty cool things we saw in Zihuatanejo. Here's an iguana resting on a tree trunk and a shot of boys playing soccer on the beach and a lovely condo we spotted just back from the beach on our last day after spending the morning on Playa Madera. Things like this we will miss.








2 comments:

  1. The iguana looks particularly stoic.

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  2. You always take the best photos !
    The tulips are lovely.
    You have lovely early spring flowers that I would love to see one day.

    cheers, parsnip

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