I like to walk down any street being present, observing details, looking at the sky, the birds, the people passing by, the dry leaves on the ground, and above all, discovering flowers in gardens and parks.
Sometimes it's very easy, there is always a small garden, a hedge between two streets, or a park in the largest neighborhood full of wonders.
In summer it's always easier as many more bloom, and finding bright colorful spots is almost daily but always pleasant.
In winter, even if it's warm and very sunny like it is, many flowers usually disappear but we are always surprised by some survivors from other times, or others that always resist and those that go against the current, blooming in different seasons.
Well, walking down the street, crossing through a garden I have seen a large bush that, unlike others, had a lot of color, a beautiful intense purple color, brighter with the sun's rays. It is a flower with a somewhat different shape. , almost with a modern design, it is called "Polygala Myrtifolia".
I like to stop for a moment and take pictures of them, so in addition to enjoying the beautiful vision I can learn, I can discover their names and learn more about the natural world that despite living in the city still surrounds us, and which we can enjoy simply by turning the corner, around... by surprise.