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Belated post for Christmas as it’s gone for the year, but I would still like to express my sincere thanks to all of your support and connections you have been with me on here. Wish you all have a safe and pleasant holiday. Here is my recent work for Seasonal greeting cards. Christmas flower isContinue reading “A piece of work of the day 31”
Pale Indigo? Yes, this is pale in hue but is still purple to me. 😉 Jacaranda season is back in Sydney. They turn Sydney and suburbs to beautiful purple, as if that’s their way to celebrate spring season grounded. Luckily, my bedroom is being a prime spot for appreciation, because there are three Jacaranda treesContinue reading “One Word Sunday: Purple”
The first bloom of the year. This orchid soon will have got its second year at my place. It carried along with a friend of mine last year who runs restaurant at a region of 3.5 hours away from Sydney and visited me for my birthday. Glad it seems be happy to be at myContinue reading “Boo!”
Another one from Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney. Have a nice day and weekend ahead. 🙂 Thank you for stopping by.
They were all photographed at Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney. Here we are still in winter, and at the day, the morning breeze was still cold. However, sunlight was bright and sky was clearer and bluer. Flowers I trained lenses were rustling lightly, as if they were humming or singing in the sunshine. Thank you forContinue reading “Singing in the winter lights”
Tried something new. I am not that satisfactory in quality, but I am proud of myself as to what I have finished away. Thank you for stopping by.
To me, Azalea is symbolic seasonal plant seeing in spring season. They are prolific, blooming with gorgeous flowers. And they always make me in buoyant mood. Thank you for stooping by.
So here are a little more photographs I took at Christchurch while hopping on and off the trams. I understood that they have been taking years long restoration process coming through since 2011 quake. Some area were rebuilt while some area were in progress, or left as empty lots, which looked like as if timeContinue reading “My first New Zealand 3: Christchurch”
This is throw back to sometime winter last year. I came in Blue Mountain national park in an early morning. Weather was not ideal, it was foggy, misty, and cold. As we continued our foot to further down to photograph waterfalls, I noticed this wild flower. They grew out of cracks of rock wall andContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Growth”