I'm sharing some photos of our garden which were taken early last week, just before Sydney was blanketed by smoke and ash. Hope it will bring some comfort and solace to our weary souls.
Thank you dear friends for visiting and for your thoughtful comments.
I'm joining Sandi for Home, http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.com.au/
Terri of http://artfulaffirmations.blogspot.com.au/
Katherine of http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com.au/
Martha for http://www.marthasfavorites.com/2013/10/time-for-tea-cups-and-jewelry.html
My first foxglove this season.
Mandavella and an old man's whiskers.
Tiny apple fruit
My little bunny rabbit- sheltering between Dianella grass and Guaras.
I tried to fill this little bird bath with water, a little help for our local feathered friends.
A native bee, hovering around the apple blossoms
Sweet, tasty succulent mulberries.
Pigeon peas are teeming with pods.
Peeling them was hard work but it was all worthwhile.
Tropical sunset- I love the its yellow-speckled petals.
Full sail- wafts aromatic breeze around the garden.
I love Mr Lincoln, its scent brings joy and restores a weary heart.
A little droplets of rain helps this little crocus come out to greet the sun.
Perhaps this garden fairy swish her magic wand.