Every day, when I wake, I take a deep breath of the clean air of my homeland, smell the peculiar, idiosyncratic scent of the Australian bush that even here, on the outskirts of town, floats through the rooms of my apartment. It’s not a nose-twitching, follow that smell type of scent. It’s not fragrant, like stepping into a garden, or odoriferous, like a tropical forest. It doesn’t smell of eucalyptus, or wattle. or tea tree oil. Here, in this particular piece of paradise, […]
I’ve been terrible at taking the camera out and about with me – even being mindful enough of my new surroundings to whip out the phone – so this poor blog languishes way behind my expectations of it. Not universally, though … Today it’s just pink, as Ailsa prompted:
Walking down the street a while ago I almost fell over my feet when I saw this cycad flower right there beside the footpath – iPhone to the rescue to capture this amazingly furry relic of the past. Furry flowers? Really, look: This is a sort of Wordless Wednesday cum Yellow, for Ailsa’s Travel Theme post.
Categories: Gardens and Gardening, Nature, Nature & Urbanisation Connect, Photography, Travel Theme, Uncategorized, Wordless Wednesday • Tags: Gardening, Photography, Plants and Flowers, Travel Theme, Wordless Wednesday