The following photos were taken on the same street in Antipolo, a suburb of Manila. They were, however, taken on different days and using different cameras. It’s actually the street that leads to the subdivision where we live.
Firetrees start blooming as soon as summer begins. But they reach full bloom around late April to early May.
Some residents put up makeshift stalls along the road and sell vegetables harvested from their own backyards.
The rustic fence of this house always makes me sigh and wish ours looked like it. The owner is handy with woodwork and has a green thumb to boot. Not among my talents nor my husband’s so we content ourselves by just gazing at it every time we pass by.
The strange looking flower with whiskers are among the many plants that grow in front of the house.
Because we live on a hill, the rainy season can bring on foggy days. In the city, all they get is smog. :razz:
Some people hate the fog… I think it’s romantic. :)