Life in our garden

The rain that fell on us at the end of another long and hot Queensland summer did wonders for our little garden and the park outside. Everything was lush and green, funny little funghi moved in and we had numerous creatures living among the plants, thriving on the fresh green shoots of our gardenias. My thumb isn’t that green, however I have managed to keep a few plants alive and I love it when I see creatures in the garden even if they’re actually destroying it leaf by leaf.

Bundy seemed pleased that I was not turning the lens on him for a change, instead I got as close as I could to the frogs, bees, spiders and mushrooms and started shooting away. I think I could have used a faster shutter speed on some of the shots, they’re not as sharp as I would like however it is good that these things are becoming a little clearer to me. I am learning. For some of you it is Spring time which means lots of beautiful blooms and bright colours, looking forward to seeing what lives and grows in your garden πŸ™‚


2 thoughts on “Life in our garden

  1. restlessjo April 28, 2018 / 4:27 pm

    It’s a very stop/start Spring here, Sam, but once you give the plants a bit of a nudge they go wild and forget to stop. I love this season because the good stuff is all ahead. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    • Two Black Dogs April 29, 2018 / 6:38 am

      Spring certainly has all the good stuff Jo, we have floral festivals in September and it is lovely to walk among the plants and see so much life and colour. Autumn is fairly mild here, it is why we still have many plants flowering and there is very little Autumn colour where we are, have to go south or head inland. Enjoy the beautiful flowers xo

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