Yes, Hyde Park again, and a few days ago. It’s been a crazy week, with birthday and all, so I am a little behind with everything.
It was fun revisiting the photos. That day was hot and sunny which was lovely for the light. Today is almost cold, but it is getting warmer again early next week. This is not a good Autumn, though Hyde Park reflects the best of it.
Kitty sat on the desk, none too pleased I was going
I passed lovely bark, wattle flowers, a very strangely shaped tree in the bare front yard of a block of apartments, and saw a magpie on the topmost branches of the lemon scented gum:
Then I was at the traffic lights, on the other side of the road to Hyde Park. I got this shot of a Norfolk pine with the traffic lights beside it for scale:
Then I was in the park – a riot of green and branches and strong sunlight:
& of course, the Moreton Bay figs.
A tree whose foliage made lace against the sky:
An ancient paperbark whose twisted form is almost lost sometimes amidst the more glorious greens and golds, I love its bark. It’s very soft to the touch as well:
The plane trees growing ever more beautiful as this warm Autumn progresses:
the water in the ponds falls lower and lower – this is a shot of some of the roots exposed like grasping hands:
but there is still enough there for water birds like spoonbills, ibis, ducks – and of course, and beautiful reflections:
& who was waiting for me when I got home?
Tomorrow – some flowers.
I hope you enjoyed this. Keira 🙂