Naked Ladies Are Back (#604)

It is good to be back working in my massage practice after a hiatus of six weeks.  With two massages this past week, I am delighting in my new groove.

Coinciding with my re-emergence is the biannual blooming of the Belladonna Amarylis or Naked Ladies.


These beauties bloom wildly and in gardens from Mendocino to Westport twice a year: once in early spring and now in midsummer through autumn.


The circle of life dances around, in and through every living thing.

oxo ~ Annie


ps.  ~ Be Zen ~


About TinCanTraveler

Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Appreciation for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace.
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10 Responses to Naked Ladies Are Back (#604)

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Oh are they pretty. 😀

  2. Alice says:

    Pretty! I wonder how someone came up with the name naked ladies for these. Interesting that they have two distinct bloom times. So few flowers do that. Thanks for sharing and I’m glad you’re back in your groove, my friend.

  3. nomaggsrush says:

    Beautiful colour flowers.

  4. Oh that’s what they are! I remember them vividly from my hiking trips up the west coast, they smell so sweet as well. Lovely. Cheers, Sarah

  5. Arianna Rose says:

    I’ve never heard of them before. Very beautiful shade of pink! Good thing you got to capture them in bloom.

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