A visual journal

Posts tagged “garden

Sunlight and Sedge

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The January sun shine lights up a Hook sedge (Uncinia rubra)

As it dances in the breeze

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Fading Camellia Flower

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In Spring, it is easy to focus on the new, the bright, the beautiful.

And to miss the intrinsic qualities of the old, the brown, the fading.


Nest builders

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“Come live with me and be my love …..”

We have a pair of ring-collared doves who live in the garden and I enjoy watching their antics.

This picture, however is calling out for speech bubbles –  feel free to leave your own thoughts on what they are saying

(as long as they are not too rude).


New Camera Lens

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No1 Son and No1 Daughter-in-Law are visiting, and gave me a new lens for my camera.

How happy am I?

🙂


Frosty Morning

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December frost on the leaves


November Sunset

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The joy of living on the West coast, is the wonderful sunsets.


The Leaves of the Acer

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The leaves of my Acer tree are totally inspiring and a welcome sight on a dreary Autumn day.


The Ash Tree

November sunlight, jackdaws, and the Ash Tree