Politics, arts and Culture with a twist of Ugandan

Flower power

I think we live in a generation where the word beautiful is often misused! No truly I feel that way. But on some days … I find real beauty and I can’t stop oohing aahing over it.

When you are like me and come from a country with no seasons, what happens is that often you take the sun very much for granted, and I am guilty of doing that.

However after my time in London, with its uncertain weather, when the sun shines, I embrace it.

I was used to seeing flowers all the time and lots of colour – that was until I went through a winter and all I saw was … nothing.
The old me would never have stood and taken photos of a Rose garden no matter how gorgeous – and I do love roses … the new me however had an immensely pleasurable time taking these photos that I am sharing with you today .. because beauty needs to be shared.

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  1. Truely beautiful!!!

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