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Update on House Planning: The builders are asking me to outline just where I would like the garden beds to go on our block. Already? I thought to myself. Before the house has even started and before the final plans for the house are even drawn, I have to envisage and draw up a garden… Continue reading Planning a Seaside Garden
It was just too tempting not to join in again this week with Friendly Friday, given this stunning example of coral ish colour just outside my door. thesnowmeltssomewhere.wordpress.com/2019/01/25/friendly-friday-coral-colors/ Join in with Snow this week. At the above link Next week Something to Ponder About will host Friendly Friday with a new prompt.
And you thought middle income suburban New Zealand would be boring. Think again. Walking around this area offers some unique but lesser known features, which I was to discover on a family walk.
A quick look through my gallery and it is obvious that blue and purple flowers attract my attention. Wonderful to photograph and a delight to behold!
Macro photos are an insight into another world. The camera allows us to freeze that moment for later inspection. Hidden in the weed known as "pigface" was a small insect that I captured with my old Nexus 4. "A weed is a plant in the wrong place" - Gardener's saying Each week has… Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge – Macro
The Phone camera is fast replacing hand held digital SLR or auto focus cameras. These were taken with a HTC, a while ago. Wood rotting fungi are a wonderful organism. Paradoxically parasitic, yet self-sustaining! Their end product is a gift to the soil. Edited slightly for minor enhancements. Cropped and Warmed up in Picasa. Which… Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Nature
Glistening in the gentle, sunshine of Spring
Delicate, fresh, primordial moment frozen in time.
Macro challenge gives one a chance to delve deeper and examine nature's complicated evolution on another scale to that which our eye can see
Xanthostemon chrysanthus are stunning native Australian flowers in bloom this month.
Not in bloom at the moment, so it is nice to see them and remember... Hobart, Tasmania