traces of life
Hubby found these fungi on the woodpile in the paddock. I find them quite amazing.
old red barn
I'm linking up this photo with Roan over at Rubbish by Roan. She's been brave enough to start a photo meme of old stuff since Barn Charm has gone. Be sure to stop over and see if you can link up with her--I know she will appreciate it! Help her get the word out. Please :)
colors in the sky
This was the view down our long, long road to the house. Our very own rainbow!
Labels: blue monday, in heaven
toadstools after the rain
Weekly Top Shot (bottom photo)
Labels: i heart macro, weekly top shot
A little sunshine on a rainy day
Cyclone Ita has brought us some much-needed rain over the last few days but staying inside is getting old. So I jumped into the archives and found this bright spot from a while back. *sigh* I feel better now.
water drops and imagination
Some of these raindrops look like alien life to me. I first thought about those magnified 'things' that crawl around on us that we didn't know we carried around with us but I started to itch so I tried to think of something else. Aliens. Yeah. That works. Aliens.
The weather hasn't cooperated very well lately for photos, but I find the foggy photos have their own beauty.
Labels: nature notes, our world tuesday
A few of the places of worship that I have captured on my journeys around New Zealand.
view from a bench
Those of you that visit regularly know that I often post photos from Hollard Gardens. It's a wonderful place that began as a private garden and is now a public place run by the Taranaki District Council. This is the view we had while we rested for a bit.
I have no idea what this little critter is, but he (she?) seemed to be enjoying the flowers as much as we did!
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