Downtown Brisbane viewed from Mount Coot-tha. Rain clouds moved in from the right around ten minutes after taking this shot.
This technicolour cascade in Brisbane provides privacy wirh natural beauty.
I hadn’t seen this variety of hibiscus before our visit to Brisbane.
Pink and yellow frangipani in Autumn
Neighbourhood frangipanis have been in bloom for most of the Summer. Our potted tree has reserved its energy until mid-Autumn. I hope the weather stays warm enough for it to realise it’s full potential.
Six months after the fact, I feel comfortable sharing the making of Foam 2015.
Effervescent Barbarella Bubbles and Paperversary are other examples of my experimentation.
I like this groovy meeting room at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), even though it looks like it’s spinning.
There is something satisfying about saying the word russet outloud.
A rolling of the “rrr ; feel the vibration in your chest.
Accentuating the “ss” sound followed by a long sexy “eht”.
For me this word encompasses the rich bounty of Autumn’s harvest.
A front garden in a neighbouring street serves up pink (and yellow) against lush post rain green. What a colourful Autumn we are having in Sydney!
Birds of Paradise, also known as Crane flowers is one of the most beautiful Exotic Flowers. Birds of Paradise are native to South Africa. Birds of Paradise bloom from September through May.
The flowers of the Birds of Paradise resemble a brightly colored bird in flight and so the name Birds of Paradise.
From The Flower Expert website.
Easter time in Australia marks the end of the first month of Autumn. Happily we can enjoy these vibrant colours for another couple of months.