Rosy Red is the prompt for #SundayStills on Valentine's Day. Sharing a few stories and photos of what red means to me.
Life can be prickly but it's also beautiful #WordlessWednesday
It's time for #WordlessWednesday with some sad, but still beautiful, sunflowers.
It's time for #WordlessWednesday with happy sunny sunflowers on the agenda.
Getting outside for a lovely day of visiting Open Gardens in Tumbarumba was just what was needed after heavy rain lately. #lifethisweek
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share your favourite posts, best blogging buddies, good news stories or something you've read. This week it's all about keeping it local.
Springtime in the garden is delightful, with the colour and variety of floral scents. It takes all kinds! #WordlessWednesday and #kindasquare
A cute country cottage and morning sunshine - what's not to love? #WordlessWednesday and #kindasquare
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share your favourite posts, best blogging buddies, good news stories or something you've read. This week it's all about being kind!
Wisteria and Waratahs looking kinda mesmerising for #WordlessWednesday and #kindasquare
Water droplets is the theme for #SundayStills today so I've collated a few of my favourite drop shots.
Sharing Snaps of my magnificent Magnolia tree for Denyse's #lifethisweek as we spring into Spring!
A very different ANZAC Day in 2020
Snowballs of a different kind in Australia in Spring.
A lovely Friday Funday at Floriade in Canberra. Flowers galore in the spring sunshine.
Feelings of discombobulation are rampant as I realise I've experienced every season over the past 4 weeks. It's a favourite word of mine too 🙂
It's time for #SundayStills with close up photography as the theme for this week. This beautiful rose was the perfect contender for a close up. See more of my favourites...
It's time for #SundayStills with yellow as the theme for this week. Here's a story about the proliferation of yellow bikes, yellow flowers and me!
While away from home we noted that the wattle was flowering. Always a favourite with its happy pop of colour amongst the grey-green of the surrounding bush.