I went for a walk this morning and remembered to take my camera. Autumn in Melbourne is lovely- a slight chill, but often sunny (although it was actually quite dark and gloomy this morning). I got some rather strange looks from people as I walked round and round trees trying to get good shots. At least, I think it was because I was taking photos. It may have been the luminous orange and pink bag that I have become so fond of.
Anyways, this is what I saw......
And some foliage just starting to turn.
A warning about the dangers of surburbia...
Some natives plants in flower..
My favourite native plant, the Pincushion Hakea (Hakea laurina).
So then, because I was digging this photography lark so much, I had a little stroll around my garden. Not that much happening, but a few little treasures.
The salvia is starting to come back after being all crispy and sad looking for months.
The ubiquitous daisy.
A really pretty Ivy Geranium.
The ever faithful red geranium that sits by my front door.
And Chrysanthemums!! Just in time for Mother's Day!!!!!