I cannot believe how the months are whizzing by!! I have been meaning to bung a bit about what’s been happening for ages. Life gets in the way of good intentions. There have been some interesting things I have found in my blog stats, especially in what people have been searching for, and ending up at my blog, sometimes in one of the blogs way back in the archive. This has sent me looking at the earlier stuff I have posted. I was thinking of doing a “best of” blog with your favourite photos that you have told me you have liked…..but then again I need a bit of time and motivation to do that don’t I?
This small lot of photos have been sitting here waiting for me to write a few words about them. I love this tiny stem of flowers from a Spider Aloe. I didn’t get back in time to see them open so maybe next year?
The weather in May was a few showers here and there, plus some very warm days, so the fungi has been popping up all over. I love the orange wood fungus. It can always be seen adding a splash of colour in the bush or even on a bit of wood near the chooks yard.
Some of the larger fungus are much easier to spot. I love the frills under the cap.
One of the latest birds to appear in the garden are the Rose Robins. This little one was always on the look out for a snack.
Down by the Clarence River in Grafton, we were having lunch when one by one the seagulls appeared.
Later in the afternoon, having a wander about town, a tree suddenly became the place to be if you are a Rainbow Lorikeet looking for a roost for the night.
I can’t resist putting a Golden Whistler in as they are the bird of the month and are everywhere in the garden.
The only bird who has taken to being in the garden are the lovely Eastern Yellow Robins. I love seeing them hop about the garden.
Here is a close up of that young Rose Robin. What a cutie to have around.
The days in May have seen the Moon setting during the day. I love the blue sky behind the Moon instead of the usual inky blackness don’t you?
Now to get started on the photos and stuff for June.
Thanks for stopping by and if you have a favourite photo from the past please let me know so I can include your favourite photo in the favourites blog.