Shadow Pattern

As I wandered past some native plants at Black Gully Reserve, the shadows caught my eye. The large bright green leaves catching the shadows belong to a Griselinia species. Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand.

And something completely different – just fyi.

I’ve recently finished building a new blog on the ‘Blogger’ platform called Reconciling All Things. Although there’s a post from Nov 2022, I’ve only finished the blog design a couple of days ago. This blog is for thoughts and wondering about Christian things so… I wouldn’t anticipate many of you being that interested *but* there may be a few curious enough to check it out. If you do then please let me know if you have any thoughts about what you find.. thanks!

~Btw, in the footer I’ve done a little section with links to nature blogs, if yours is there and you don’t want it in the list then don’t hesitate to let me know and it’ll be gone as soon as I read the notification.

Text and photo by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022/2023)

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    1. Their method for creating a blog is difficult to navigate with two different configuration areas – I found it hard getting to grips with the two and learning how to control things and make adjustments. But I feel fairly at home with it now, and it’s nice being able to do a Free blog without advertisements. So a bit clunky and far less features and options than WP, but it’s free, ad-free, and perfect for this little side-project!

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