Friday, 17 July 2015
'The flowers bow their ponderous heads. I can see where the rain has fallen'.
Kay McKenzie Cooke
taken in October in Rhododendron Dell, Dunedin Botanical Gardens.
taken at home one day after rain
winter-faded hydrangeas (taken today in Dunedin's Gardens).
the closest that green comes to being blue
not great photos by any means, but the best I could do to capture these two
I often notice them sitting by themselves after the rest of the flock has flown off
feather-fluffed and cuddling close, they spend time preening each other's feathers before flying off to (I presume) join the rest of their flock.
like two high-school kids in love, wagging class
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