Coconut Ice

The pear tree blossom again, just over the fence from our shed. Tapanui, West Otago, New Zealand. Coconut Ice: pear tree blossom tonight at sunset, tipped pink ~first two photos. White blossom pics are the same tree, but photographed 24 September. Click on any photo to enlarge. Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2021)

Bountiful Blossom

Spring blossom is a wonderful blessing, especially after the bareness of winter. Just as well I did my little photo trip up our street on Friday though; now it's set in rather wintry again! But I have my photos, and flowers in vases, so all is good. The first photo below is the church blossom... Continue Reading →

Holy Ground

Sunday today in New Zealand and I'm sharing pics taken Friday at the church just up the street from home. ~title inspired by my 1st pic, see the 'sky-hole' in the blossom? Also, daylight saving started today, good-bye winter .. Hello Spring! 🙂 Click on any photo to enlarge. Text and photos by Liz; Exploring... Continue Reading →

Fading Beauty

I'm constantly inspired by the work of a myriad of different writers, photographers, artists, tweeters, and the folk who view and comment. This post is nothing to do with me apart from acting as curator.. Fading Beauty. Credits: Leaf skeleton images.. via twitter, from incidental naturalist @IncNaturalist. I was delighted to find David has an... Continue Reading →

Glistening Green

I was stunned to see this photo appear in my twitter feed recently, a Glistening-Green Tanager in the rain photographed in Ecuador Cloud Forest. I don't recall seeing photos of this bird before and I was amazed by the vibrant green plumage ~and it looks so beautiful sitting on the mossy branch in the rain!... Continue Reading →

Getting To Zero

Thought I'd update y'all on how our lockdown's progressing, in case you're interested. The whole country has been in lockdown for two weeks at Level 4. That's our highest level, where we stay home in our 'bubbles' unless we're essential workers. You may recall we locked down at midnight on the same day the first... Continue Reading →

Waiting for Ida

I don't know how many of you have links with Louisiana but I hope and pray that the people and places in Hurricane Ida's path can weather the storm. Being a far distant observer I know little about what lies in her path but I've searched online and scanned for links on twitter, and I'll... Continue Reading →

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