Where flowers bloom so does hope. AIn't that the truth?? Here's a selection of hope for my #SundayStills post, all about the Signs of Spring.
What do you call someone who loves colour, especially bright colours? Gaudy, garish, vibrant, vivid, colourful? #SundayStills is all about gold and a form of yellow this week.
How many shades of green are there? Sharing more trees for #SundayStills and Day 18 of #TreeSquare
What's under the trees #SundayStills A quirky tea tree and fairy doors make an appearance in Day 11 of #TreeSquare
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.
It's time for the first #WordlessWednesday of 2021 with trees on the agenda. And some words - I have to ease myself back into the wordless part of Wordless Wednesday!
This week #SundayStills is all about texture. I'm sharing some photos of trees with their amazing textures and ability to weather many storms. Be like a tree, stay grounded, keep growing and know when to let go.
It's time for some rainbow sky action. Love where I live!! #WordlessWednesday
Good morning - sharing the beauty of an early morning with you for #WordlessWednesday
What's a road trip without a few stops for photos? Back in the day when road trips were a thing - like last week!
Cycling along the beach has its benefits!
The first thing that came to mind was 'are they walking on water?'
When an Echidna comes to visit on the front verandah. At first he's happy to sniff around but once he senses danger he rolls up into a ball.
Our local community shows its true colours with generosity, care and support of each other during the bushfire emergency.
A day out in London before heading home to smoky Australia - fresh air, blue sky, green grass, bulbs popping up - a reminder to take nothing for granted.
We're watching and waiting for news of our home town from over 17000km away - and it's hard going!
Snowballs of a different kind in Australia in Spring.