Every time I went home whether to stay for a weekend or just a quick visit you will hardly see me at home instead you will see me roaming around our backyard,my cousins backyard and our neighbors backyard doing what I love to do. And last Sunday (Oct.7,2012) was not an exception, I can hear my aunt looking for me and one of my cousins just told her that I was out and about taking photos. And here are some of those photo’s I took.
Most of them are grasses that only grow and bloomed when it’s rainy season. Just like this one.
This one was also a wild grass that I only see right now. (even though I usually roamed here around)
With this one the vast field you see was actually used to plant rice.
This one was a post made out of wood with wire on it to hold the fence and some plants are crawling on it.
A makahiya flowers (bashful mimosa)or touch me not in Englisg which you can see everywhere. I wonder why every time you touches her leaves it automatically closes with it’s beauty there is no reason to be shy.
My aunts always plants vegetables during this time of year,this was actually a string beans, and this are his flowers.
Well a good camouflage I didn’t notice this spider,a before I took a good photos of him, he’s gone,don’t know where he goes.
I just hope the next time I will roam around I will be equipped with a good and right gadget to be able to take a photos of this little creature.
And who would have thought that plants that will grow over the roof. My aunt ask me to tell my mother that plants are actually growing over our roof I told her I will took a photo of it and send to her (by the way she migrated abroad with my youngest brother and with my stepfather) so my aunt serve us our house caretaker.
It’s been a hot and humid day during my visit and one way to battle the heat is to eat ice cream and thank goodness, Mr. Lover Boy just came up nowhere (no it’s not what you think it is) Mr. Lover Boy was the ice cream vendor and you’ll find out why I called him Mr. Lover Boy.
An ice cream (cheese and chocolate flavor) that cost Php 5.00 or P 10.00, one way to beat the heat.
That’s it for now will be posting more of the photo’s I took during my visit back home. Thank’s for taking the time to look and read this post. Till next time. Bye. 🙂