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We put out bananas for the butterflies. This is our latest visitor. Took this shot of my neighbour’s palm tree in bloom. Not sure whether you call them blooms, but I was fascinated by their beauty.
Early, every morning when I open our front door, this little scene greets me. Must do something about that dripping tap. Wishing all American sporty friends a great Super Bowl today.
I saw this old weather-beaten chair in the back garden of a house. There it stood with a dignity of its own and a desire to be used – almost invitational in wanting someone to sit in it. I’m always … Continue reading