I often complain about the weather here, particularly in summer, however, this morning was so delightful I would like to share a photo or two of my morning walk. The mist was rising off the football field, not a cloud in the sky, a gently zephyr and a very pleasant 13 degrees - ( NOTE:… Continue reading Morning Walk
With the long awaited arrival of the recent rains, an old visitor returned to our garden. I do believe it is the same frog I wrote about him a few years back: - I had a delightful green visitor in my garden. I found him hiding in the inner dark and cool realms of a… Continue reading A Frog in My Garden
Has Spring arrived in your neighbourhood. Come and join Friendly Friday and show us your Springtime feelings in our regular Friendly Friday Photo Challenge.
Climate change is an important issue that each of us can contribute to increasing awareness about, through our photography and posts. So today, on Sunday sayings, I explore several environmental quotes that resonate with me. We can make a difference in our daily practices wherever we how in the world, however we live. Do you… Continue reading Sunday Sayings – Our Environment Let’s change the World
1984 - contemplating the Environment 1984 - Australia. A skinny slip of a girl was studying the Environment at University. She learnt about planet earth and how fragile it was; how global temperature might rise at least 2- 3 degrees, and how this warming might lead to cataclysmic and irreversible ramifications for life, on earth.… Continue reading Friendly Friday Photo – Climate Change
Each Sunday, I post a proverb, saying or quote and invite discussion on the various interpretations.
Einstein said that, "Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them," - do you agree? Isn't everyone responsible for exacting change on a global scale?
A poem for early mornings at the beach
We are but insignificant in many ways. Mountains dwarf us and our activities. We try to leave our mark, but the scale of the earth is much more ubiquitous.
1st September is Australia’s Wattle Day. Spring has sprung in the Southern Hemisphere!