They're in Nago But Not in the City
To get a look at these blossoms, you may have a bit of a climb ahead of you.
Really, not an expert on flower things, I can't tell if the season is just beginning or, ending.
Hiking up the back side of the hill, I saw mostly ferns in a forest, down below.
Halfway up the hill, I spotted some blooms in a rock garden.
Hydrangea Cafe was closed at the time I arrived but, the view was interesting.
It got me wondering if this would be a good location to observe sunsets.
It had been a fairly long day traveling the north parts of the island.
Not being a true flower fanatic, I didn't bother climbing to the top of the hill.
A bit of a springtime rain started falling and, that gave me an excuse.
Back down, the front side of the mountain I went and, discovered these pink blossoms.
Rocks, antique harbor lanterns and signs, in a garden are important, to me.
How else, do you think, I would remember to spell "HYDRANGEA" correctly ?
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