Random Flowers

I have already recently shared some paper daisies and kangaroo paw from a recent trip to Australia Gardens, I’ve been there so many times of late, but it’s always changing. Here are just a few more random flower shots… I hope I haven’t bored you too much with my flower shots? I’ll be back soon…

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Kangaroo Paw

Kangaroo Paw is a weird little flower, named for its likeness to Kangaroo Paws (as in the animal). I think they are so pretty and so structural, We have several in our own gardens, but only a few are really abundant. The common red one (which we have) is fairly easy to grow, the yellow…

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Paper Daisies

I have a bit of a confession to make. I adore flowers and every time I photograph something, that seems to be my current favourite. I like so many different varieties, it’s hard to just pick one. There are a few I am not huge fans of, like carnations, stock and a few others, it…

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Share your world – 18th Jan 2022

It’s such a weird time right now, it’s almost like everyone is holding their breath, waiting to exhale. People seem to be fixating on trivial things, as they don’t want to look at the whole picture. Take this whole tennis thing with Noak, what a joke. The guy thinks he’s royalty and is above the…

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Cranbourne Gardens Pt 3

This week I have been sharing images taken at Australia Gardens in Cranbourne, with the Lensbaby lenses – Sweet80, Edge50 and Velvet56. Today I am sharing the Kangaroo paw. The gardens have so many varieties, mostly in mass plantings (the best way to showcase them I think), they had a new one this time a…

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Cranbourne Gardens Pt 2

The other day I shared some random pics from our day at Australia Gardens in Cranbourne on a recent trip hubby and I did. Today I want to share the everlasting daisies or paper daisies. I have always had a fascination with these flowers and capture them whenever I can. I love them on their…

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Cranbourne Gardens Pt 1

I have been spending quite a bit of time lately exploring my local gardens, I have three, in particular, I love to visit for the flora and fauna, Cranbourne Gardens or Australia Gardens is uniquely Australian Natives, birds, flowers, trees and animals. It’s free to enter, which makes it a great cheap day out. The…

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Smiths Gully – Summer day trips

I had a rare day off (we came out of lockdown at the start of November and I really didn’t stop), and we had good weather. A minor miracle in itself the weather has been very weird of late. Anyway, Hubby and decided to go for a drive, just to recharge our batteries. I took…

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Cloudehill Gardens with Velvet 56

I recently went back to Cloudehill Gardens (yes again) this time armed again with my Lensbaby Velvet 56 AND my Sweet 80. I had two cameras so just jumped between the two, I will share the Velvet 56 images and then come back with another post of the Sweet 80 ones. I met up with…

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Gorgeous Spring peonies

I have several different flowers I like to call my favourite and shoot as often as I can find them, peonies are one of those. I adore the soft petals and flowing feel, the soft colour and fragrance. Totally divine. So I found a bunch while out and about and of course, had to have…

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