“Hope doesn’t just accept the way things are.
It dares to hope and believe that something can be different,
and then works to make that happen.”
— Most Rev. Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church of the U.S.
Source: transcript of his chat on 01 January with Judy Woodruff / PBS News Hour,
interview and full transcript available online HERE.
Been choosing photos of yellow flowers from Sept-Dec 2020 … the brightness inspires me! Today I saw the video of Bishop Michael Curry with his message of hope, love and connection (link above) and it also brought brightness to my day.
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All these photos were taken at Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand.
- South African collection /Liz
2. Halimium lasianthum. Mediterranean collection /Liz
3. Rose garden /Liz
4. Hemerocallis ‘Cartwheels’ (daylily). Herbaceous border /Liz
5. Brachyglottis perdicioides, NZ native /Liz
6. Hymenosporum flavum / Australian frangipani, Australian garden /Liz
7. Alstroemeria or Peruvian lily in the herbaceous border. /Liz
8. Daisies in border edge, also ‘just’ visible in above photo /Nigel
9. Kowhai (Sophora sp.) and NZ native /Liz
10. Ribes aureum var. villosum /Nigel
11. Centaurea macrocephala /Nigel
12. Hoverfly? on yellow daisy flower, South African collection /Liz
Text by Liz, photos by Liz and Nigel; Exploring Colour (2020/2021)