Category Archives: Autumnal foliage

Wisteria: waiting for winter 


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Marking time


I starting marking term papers this morning but became distracted by this… Leaves and cats wait for no one! I guess the marking can wait a bit longer. 😊

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The road less travelled


Today is my grand-daughter, Jasmine’s tenth birthday – I wish for her – a good road; a bejewelled road; a kind road; a healthy road; a joyous road; a peaceful road; a road filled with love, courage and confidence. May this … Continue reading

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Night’s window


This evening’s portal into the night.

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Mother’s Day view from the back deck


Here’s to all mothers, especially those who cannot be with their children…. The view from the back deck embraces the colours of autumn and the sharing of moments.

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Happy


The popular Pharrell Williams song, Happy, was apparently written with the idea of trying to capture what it felt like to be in a good mood. Many famous poets also captured the essence of happiness by reflecting on nature. Nature … Continue reading

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Autumnal Flora and Fauna


Our friend Mr kangaroo is a surprising sight in our front garden amidst the golden foliage. Such a contradictory image – a giant kangaroo nestled under a deciduous, European, weeping apricot tree – staring right at us!

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