MtLawleyShire and a Sunday afternoon walk

I have a sunset to post, from last night, but it is going to take a while because it was spectacular.  Today, the sunset was merely glare in a featureless summer sky, but before that, there were flowers, bees, trees and birds


In sumptuous shadow and flowing light – hibiscus

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the outrageous and glowing colour of bougeanvillea:


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catching the light in the wind:


I walked past a beautiful rose garden:

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a tiny, richly glowing geranium outside a picket fence:



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the flowers of a tallow tree:


Coral gum blossom – one with bee 🙂

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a raven in a carpark, calling out to his mob:


Favourite trees:

the piebald one on the corner two blocks up


The lemon-scented gum:

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and a tall tree down near Beaufort Street:


a tree of a different kind – & can you see the moon in the wide empty sky?

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then it was time to go home –

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Next – bees and blossoms.

Then, young moon and sunset.

I hope you enjoyed this post 🙂



4 comments on “MtLawleyShire and a Sunday afternoon walk

  1. bulldog says:

    Love the flower photos….. but adore the trees…

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