This is my next entry for the Flower of the Day (FOTD) photo challenge hosted by Cee’s Photography.
I just felt the urge to start singing; “My boy lollipop. You make my heart go giddy up!” And why not?
My sister gave me this gorgeous Grevillea for my garden. Called Dorothy Gordon, it’s colour is listed a purple, but, as you can see, it does contain a lot of … Continue reading Grevillea
A hundred years ago, Nobel Prize-winning scientist Karl von Frisch proved that bees can see colour. Just like humans, bees are trichromatic which means they have three photoreceptors in each … Continue reading How to Catch A Bee
My favourite image from 2017 was taken back in May when I was having fun photographing the raindrops on the flowers in the garden.
If you’d have asked me three years ago where I’d be today, I’m sure my answer then would have been vastly different to what I’m about to say now. Three … Continue reading Three Years On
Little Brown Honeyeaters are only one of the many reasons I insisted we plant grevilleas in our back garden. And they are one of the reasons I managed to photograph … Continue reading The Reason For Grevilleas