Saturdays are not my favourite day of the week. They by far the busiest day of the week for me, but yesterday I thought I would try and make the most of it. Not having a Sunday Photo in mind, I thought I would take the opportunity to take Buddy and my camera with me, to kill some time whilst waiting for my son.
The plan was to do some walking on the leash training with Buddy (something he’s taken a step backwards with) and expose him to more traffic (something else he seems to have taken a backward step with). Then on the way back from picking up my son, I thought it would be a good chance to take some photos of the Zante town from Argassi. I drive that way once a week and the town always looks so nice from there.
Well, that idea went totally tits up! As I’d been transferring some photos and… You’ve probably guessed it!… I’d forgotten to replace the SD card! *Grumble, mumble, curse!*
My Sunday Photos
Driving home I couldn’t help but think I wasn’t going to manage a Sunday photo post this week. Time was short and I had no inkling of which photo to use. Then I remembered back in the summer I had taken some photographs of sea daffodils.
Sea daffodils are an endangered species of daffodil and are found growing wild in the sand dunes on the Lagana/ Kalamaki beach. So not only is that beach a nesting beach for the endangered Loggerhead turtle, but it’s a natural habitat for sea daffodils too. It’s a pretty flower and you can see it belongs to the daffodil family.
More delicate looking from regular daffodils, they thrive in the heat and certainly like sandy ‘soil’.
They are a protected species, so if you see some, don’t pick them.
I’ve been meaning to buy a second SD card for a while now. Guess what I plan to do very soon?
Have you seen a sea daffodil before?
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