These were the bright marvel on a grey day:
I doubt you would get far in this boat..
backyard fungus lunch time view old boat Toronto water grass at the lake’s edge water grass in the lake train station iris
It’s a park life …
grevillia flower ground fungus lichen wood fungus
Moving it, you know, that thing called exercise?
cute vine A local identity, I don’t know his identity, but I’m sure he has one. pink troll tree* Roses for Mother Fungi growing beside the wetlands walk between Blackall’s Park and Toronto About to bloom, and finished blooming, but no blooming Banksia flowers Roses for Mother Lillipilly berries nom nom
West Wallsend and
Seahampton is on the way there. Deer On our way to Sugarloaf Mountain again Seahampton Kookaburra on the ground Red fungi Unusual trio Fungi Fungi Fungi A fern and moss doing their part to beautify the public toilet block Fungi Oh boy is it hot and humid – sheds bark Orange tree moss and lichen cycad plants View of Seahampton The piggy that we meet, when we’re driving down the street in West Wallsend Tibouchina or Lasiandra tree in West Wallsend wonderful colours
This is the tree at the edge of the front yard that threatens our tiled roof in stormy weather, and that the council won’t let us get removed because it’s the type of tree (old and weathered) that the parrots can breed in, ok, fine, I just hope the Indian Mynah birds don’t kick them out every year, as it is way too disheartening to see those pretty pale blue
Eastern Rosella eggs on the ground.
On a plus side, it does provide welcome shade from the afternoon sun in Summer.
Tree for parrots to nest in
Some pictures from the back yard:
Eucalyptus trees in our back yard - top Eucalyptus trees in our back yard - bottom Thai eggplant and two chili plants
Do you get the impression Ross likes chilies?
Postage stamp garden - cactus and succulents - back yard Tiny fungus de jour Out of focus close up of fungus de jour
See that white spot?
Mount Annan? Water Plants Water Foul Black and White Cormorant Fungi Paper Wasps