Cute cottage we found on our 2nd-to-last visit to Roxburgh. On Saturday we had another look and the tamarisk tree was now in flower as well as the wisteria so I decided to take photos. Central Otago, New Zealand.
Colour Ways in Queenstown
It was a joy to reacquaint ourselves with the Queenstown Public Gardens when we were there on 27 October 2018. This long wide path is wonderful to walk along. Nigel was the landscape designer on the Queenstown Gardens upgrade a few years ago and the paths and their alignment were the main focus of this... Continue Reading →
COLOUR ON CURT CORNERS, PART 5; COLOURED SHOWERS
I couldn’t have had a better start to my day than seeing these beautiful photos of wisteria cascading down a building in Paris and reading the wonderful poem alongside. What a vision in mauve! Just had to re-blog! Photos and poetry by Damien B. Donnelly.
23 May ’22: links below outdated but Damien’s poem is still online.
to lift the day
from tones of grey,
to hungry minds
from lithesome leaves
to planting seeds,
like blood to body,
to walls so willing
like veins now filling,
with leaves of green,
thoughts are weighing,
to hear my call
and pens take flight
on lines at night.
All Words and photographs by Damien B. Donnelly
Audio version available on Soundcloud: