First up I must admit I have stolen this idea from Cee. I have been sorting my photos (yes still almost a year behind Becky!!) and found this sequence of Golden Lycra flowers from my garden.
Terri’s title made me think of this song. Many of you may not know Normie Rowe. He was a pop sensation in Australia in the 1960-70’s but you will know the song. Not a sugary sweet as the Doris Day version though.
Meanwhile while you are having a 60’s bop here is the future in flowers
From these Golden Lycra buds……
……to these flowers which appeared so quickly I didn’t get a chance to get any in between photos
This first lot of photos were taken last Saturday – 11 December as I had to go out early. They sat unused so I thought I would get them out for this weeks post hoping that Hammad was able to set his challenge. The first one was a lucky shot as I hit the button a small flock of Rainbow Lorikeets flew over
The golden sunrise reflecting on the trees
This weeks photos – 18 December the sun was trying to set some colour for me
There were a couple of birds that flew across this morning but not when I was ready
and this is really 5 minutes ago at 5:10pm on 26 December I was on the little deck and the crack of thunder made me jump. An afternoon storm after a hot day is almost here
Here’s is the Christmas song I picked. Perhaps not your traditional and it quite up beat. It’s a catchy tune and has lyrics that you’ll be singing along to well after the song has finished. So with a hey and a he and a ho ho…..hit play if you want and scrollo down for my Christmas Tree photo….with a he and ho and a ha ha…..