Near the top end of Erskine Drive, a small creek passes under the roadway. A gravel path from each side of the road follows the creek which has little water. Many stands of lilies were growing in the creek and along the path, many lomanda bushes were planted.
On my return walk to Eskdale Drive, a white-faced heron was spotted sitting on the opposite bank of the creek. Only one photo was possible before it departed. It is a magnificent sight seeing a large bird in flight.
Succulents, such as aeoniums are becoming popular as low maintenance plants, forming an attractive pattern when in numbers. Flowering adds another attraction to them. One low growing stem of yellow blossoms was identified as a tree of love.