Colours to delight:
- Picket fence
Colours to delight:
In this age of unreal digitalis,
Two species; dead and alive.
Overlaid in unintentional way.
For this, homeward traveller,
One missed heartbeat of joy. In the moment,
He returns to capture it.
Post or pole, what are the definitions?
Stirring thoughts, connotations.
Is height a factor to be considered?
Vertical ground bound, are posts.
T’other hang angled; online truth obtained.
Garlanded or wreathed by leaves?
Both appear to suit this situation.
As with notice, frame seems best.
Insta or blog worthy? Driven by will,
This inspired author conjures
Prose. Ten, seven rythmn, no rhyming here.
End in sight; high time to close!
The great green glory of nature is encapsulated in the hypnotic rustle and sway of the grasses, surrounding Coate Water.
Nine years have passed since I last trod upon this pleasant land. Sadness and loss formed the backdrop of that visit. It took the wedding of a special family member and much coercing to get me to make the journey.
Time with family in celebration and basking in the warmth of friendship have made many happy memories.
In drinking deeply of the verdant oases of Swindon, Portishead and the surrounding countryside of Wiltshire and Somerset, I have renewed my love of England, country of my birth.
Invigorated and refreshed; we soon commence our return to Australia, via Italy.
Rather than the Australian red centre, this is a detail shot of the UNSW (University of New South Wales) version.
I find the green of the yuccas to be a pleasing contrast against the terracotta coloured tiles. Also, that they appear to be standing sentinel in protection of the building.
This was a particularly windy morning with many passersby. It was a case of snap and go to get the photo.
Slowly capturing views of this growing tower, this is the east face. I like the contrast of the neighbouring sun kissed terracotta buildings against living greenery. The north and west faces can. E seen in Vertical Garden and Poetry of people and place.
Built on the site of a brewery that was hidden from view by a high concertinaed brick wall, One Central Park rises above eateries, design studios and fashion stores located in the podium.
The Old Clare Hotel, seen in the middle of the picture is one of the heritage buildings that have been retained as part of the 5.8 hectare site in Chippendale, Sydney.
I have a new regime when editing pictures for the posts here. Rather than relying on the app that came with the iPad I have taken some tips from Life In Lo Fi.
In a nutshell I take the following steps:
The above image is the after version of the original below.
Sydney is experiencing unusually warm and humid weather for Autumn. Yesterday was no exception 30+oC and humidity in the high 80s even with cloud cover.
This light yellow ochre painted house is one of my favourites in Leichhardt. I slowly made my way home from Norton Street yesterday afternoon. I was struck by the vibrant and contrasting colours of the magenta flowers against the dark green trees. The hazy appearance of the picture is due to the light coming from the behind the yew.