This garden is quite a sight. A collection of interesting things and someone’s treasurey
Lets have a look at how many Which Ways there are.
At the Japanese Botanical Garden, Toowoomba
It was the beginning of a hot day when we went to the Lismore Botanical Garden. We have been meaning to go every time we go to the Recycling Centre or as it is commonly know, the Tip Shop. Yes great bargains are to be had from the things that people throw away. But I digress. The morning was starting to heat up but it was cool walking among the trees. There has been very low rainfall so the plants were not at the best. We will go back when the rains come and I’ll show you some of the fabulous flowers, seeds, plants and hopefully there will be lots more birds.
The Gardens are a community project and the volunteers do a fabulous job. Over four hectares have been planted with dry, subtropical and riverine rainforest species. Here is their website
Enjoy walking the paths of the Lismore Rainforest Botanical Gardens
The idea from Debbie at Travel With Intent: Suggestion Only
I love the quote Debbie supplied to inspire –
“To me photography must suggest, not insist or explain.” – Brassaï
All of these photos are what I saw and they have not been enhanced or changed from the original. I have a folder with quite a few images, some are unintentional and others I have kept because they say a certain something to me.
A footpath. A pity I cannot remember the exact place as I took this in 2012 I like the colours and shapes
Taken through a window at a disused hospital
This one was deliberately taken. Of course I have one with the ant in focus drinking but kept this photo as it has so much to see
The movement of water always has a fascination
What did you see?
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Geometry, bushes, window, brick, curtain, green, tan, wall, building, dark red, tree
OK. I have covered Geometry and Window. Now for Brick
Bricks with a bit of paint
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Brick pathway with some moss in Lismore Australia
What would a brick wall be without a skink hanging on the warm bricks
Some old sandstone bricks on a church in Springwood Australia
Some ferns growing out of a brick wall in Bangalow Australia
The wonderful brick of the Ponte Vecchio Avignon France
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