I thought I owed a low-word count post after the previous Great Walls of Text and as I recently got a new camera, I thought I'd introduce some of the strangers I inherited when we moved into our little piece of paradise. Of course I do hope I might get a few clues as to what they actually are, but even if I don't it'll be nice to look back on the flowers in the depths of winter.
I believe these three are hibiscus of some sort (I'd never been big on flowers, but I do like these)
I'm not sure what these two below might be and while I took a number of photos, they only demonstrated that I should go back and read the manual, particularly the bit about getting the autofocus to focus on the bit I'm focussing on rather than whatever it happens to have taken a liking to in the background.
I'll leave them up as some miracle worker might be able to give me a clue as to what they might be - or at least point me in the general direction.
Updated - the one on the right is most probably a gardenia (thanks to gippslandgardener for the pointer).
Now where did I put that camera manual.