I used to pinch pomegranates from a tree on the way to school and share them with my friends in class. They are such a mess to eat, but so fascinating looking and full of good memories. These two came from my neighbour’s tree.
A cloud of blossoms!
My camera isn’t ideal for wildlife photography but I took this one shot where you can see the bright feathers of a rainbow lorikeet peeking through.
I walk past this beautiful tree every week. At the moment it is a particularly stunning sight: in full flower with the rainbow lorikeets feeding on the blossoms in the afternoon.
I just have to post another photo of the rosemary, because the purple and the soft morning light are so lovely.
Even though our garden could do with a lot more attention (so many weeds!), it still makes me happy to spend time out there because of the beautiful little things to see, like the bees in the rosemary this morning.
On a cold wet night the lamps turn the water to glass: the puddles to mirrors and the droplets to shining gems.