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The beauty of sunlight. Taken in the woods while exploring the light cast by the late afternoon sun. Advertisements
Tree ferns have a kind of ethereal look about them, especially when the light catches them in a particular way. I was in the Umgeni Birdpark recently and saw these. Standing there with my camera, this little scene communicated an … Continue reading
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.
While taking this shot of a parasitic plant clinging to a tree, I found myself pondering on that universal human tendency to want to cling to things. We cling to one another, to our reputations, to our money, our opinions, our cultural … Continue reading
We’re all in the stuff of life together, all equal, but do some stand out?
A wild and mysterious elegance, Shaped with huge patience In depths invisible, Beyond our knowing; We greet you.
Everything in our complex is alive and in bloom. The sights and smells of Spring fill the air and we all feel so much more alive.