The rain storm had just passed. You do NOT believe how loud the thunders were and so scary lightnings!. And the wind!. I was praying hard that the wind would be gentle on the trees, I hate seeing them fell. And then my poor cats, ha ha. I don't think they are that brave :). Now, it is cool & nice. However, I did enjoy a sunny morning today. The light was stunning and I quickly grabbed my camera. Seeing these plants & trees make me feel like I'm living in a giant terrarium!. Semi terrarium. [the building has only two sides of large glass walls]. Funny, I blogged about making tiny terrariums just days ago.
I'm sharing some photos from the food court, next to my apartment building. [which is why I never have to cook, you see. LOL]. It seems like I'm the only one who is so crazy of taking photos outdoors, around here!. Are they THAT busy? :). Or am I THAT nuts?. I hope they think I'm a journalist :).
A wild banana tree grows so close to the glass wall beside the West staircase.
Thick ground cover, overlooking the power plant. It is always shady in this part.
A papaya tree. No clue if it is female, or a male tree. I can't see the flowers.
Papaya tree close up.
This is the glass wall on the other side. See what I meant by living in terrarium? :).
A glimpse of my apartment building, on the right. Love the woody area behind it which I fondly called a forest. Yup, that is a coconut tree :).
Wild banana trees on the foreground. I saw someone cut up the leaves one year. Bet they were for some Indian banana leaf restaurants somewhere :).
When it rains so much, even the pavement is pretty with moss.
I don't know what these tiny plants are. I took home a piece for my window garden :).
So, that's it. Good job that you'd stayed this far :). I hope you'll have a great week. HUGS.