Flowers and Foliage

These four photos are the last from a folder of images that I took on 28 October. It was a gorgeous afternoon and I really enjoyed my beautiful spring walk!
~ Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand.

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Gorgeous snowball tree.

Lovely example of a Choisya hedge, in flower. ~aka Mexican Orange Blossom.

Another view of beech foliage, same trees I’ve shown before.

Street context of the beech trees.


Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2021)

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  1. Fabulous snowballs – much nicer than the chilly kind! We have Choisya here but it never flowers as densely as that. Maybe I need to threaten it with a haircut!

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    1. The snowballs looked wonderfully nice against a clear blue sky. I’ve never before admired them quite so much! The Choisya looked really great as a hedge. And as I walked further along I noticed there was a much longer Choisya hedge running alongside the house as well.

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