Winter dawn. Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand. 05 July.
There are many species of Oxalis and most are terribly invasive and difficult to control or eradicate, but some are so pretty! When I was wandering through the amazing rock garden in Dunedin Botanic Garden on 20 May 2021, these captured my attention. Oxalis purpurea (exotic). New Zealand. Click on any photo to enlarge. Text... Continue Reading →
Why is a very bright shade of pink "shocking"? Is it because little girls are supposedly made of "sugar and spice and all things nice" and bright, vivid pink is too LOUD and NOT nice? What other colour is called "shocking" .. I don't recall the term being consistently applied to any other colour! Flower... Continue Reading →
'Memorial Day' rose. Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. Photos taken by me yesterday, 10 April 2021 (autumn in NZ).
"Whenever you feel a warm breeze brush against you, that's the kiss I blew to you." Bottlebrush flowers. Brightness, warmth and colour for any who need it. I took these photos 09 Dec 2020. Australia collection ~ Dunedin Botanic Garden ~ New Zealand. Click on any photo to enlarge. Text and photos by Liz; Exploring... Continue Reading →
From the pink colour bed in Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand. I love the bright colour of Erigeron 'Pink Jewel'. Erigeron is also known as fleabane which seems an awful name for a plant with lovely flowers! I took these photos 08 December 2020. Click on either photo to enlarge. Text and photos by Liz;... Continue Reading →
A wander along a peaceful path, tranquil respite from uncertainty and anxiety. Particularly thinking of American friends right now. Photos taken by Liz in the early evening, last night in Hamilton Park.Gore, Southland, New Zealand. Loving our lovely Spring 🙂 Hawthorn Blossom Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2020)
This evening I suggested to Nigel that we make the most of the lovely spring evening and visit Gore to check out hawthorn blossom at Hamilton Park. Here's two of my photos, showing two shades of pink blossom on adjacent trees - deep pink and light pink. Gore, Southland. Click on either photo to enlarge.... Continue Reading →