Winter on the West Coast, Spring in the veld.
Pelargonium fulgidum in soft, furry green and luminescent red.
Lachenalia splendida? Or do those bumpy leaves suggest Lachenalia pustulata?
Babiana ambigua adding ridiculous colour to some barren dunes.
Ferraria crispa. A foul smelling beauty with flowers that last less than a day.
Unidentified, with dry twigs and tiny oxalis.
Xanthodactolyn flammea, the flame bomb lichen, adorning branches of Senecio sarcoides.
Looking at this sprightly specimen of Cheiridopsis rostrata, it's hard to believe that it's threatened due to urban and industrial expansion on the Vredenburg peninsula.