Witch hazel (in twilight with flash). Warm late afternoon in January, after two days of heavy rain.
Quince flowers (Chaenomeles… from Greek… gaping apple)
Lunaria annua (a.k.a. silver dollars or honesty)
Echeveria pulidonis (E. Esther). Also, there is a little sow bug or pill bug on the top left succulent. Pill bugs curl up into balls while sow bugs don’t. I didn’t poke the little critter to figure out if it could conglobulate. Word on the internet is that sow bugs and pill bugs are land crustaceans, not insects. Neat!