Very steep and rocky on a hillside
4 of 30: Two Aloe marlothii v. spectabilis in bloom with a large Euphorbia ammak in the back and some Senecios.
6 of 30: Yellow Leucospermums in bloom. I have an orange one further up the path but because it is in a slightly shaded spot, it doesn't bloom as well.
8 of 30: A Senecio vine growing amongst an Aloe arborescens on the cul-de-sac. The was taken when it was cold, cloudy, and sprinkling.
9 of 30: At the bottom of the old part of the yard, at the end of the path, I took this image looking down towards the newer, underdeveloped part of the yard.
10 of 30: My house & yard as seen along the cul-de-sac. I can see all the way to the ocean and the Coronado Islands further out.
11 of 30: Looking up at the older part of the yard and the old mulch pile. I recouped about 200 sq. ft. of additonal flat land up there by piling clippings, cuttings, vegetable matter from the house, old potting soil and other miscellaneous earth for 25 years.
14 of 30: A weeping form of the Silver Dollar Eucalyptus. I have a couple of regular, straight ones right next to it.
29 of 30: At the bottom of the yard, in a transitional area between the old section of the yard and the new section which I'm still working on. I hung a hammock between two pepper trees (Schinus molle). There's a couple of Adirondack-style chairs there too.