Even the smallest of spaces can be used to create the most beautiful things. Take this water garden for example. The ceramic pot is only about one metre in diameter but provides a whole array of vibrant colours and life throughout the year. Best of all this can fit on a small balcony if you […]Read more "Water Garden"
At first glance this looks like a mirror, right? Well, it’s actually a shot of the dome in the QVB building in Sydney, taken exactly below. I love the interaction of squares, circles and colours that this space creates, viewed from this angle. Excuse the faces!Read more "Shapes"
These are 2 week old Snow Pea shoots sprouting on a nice warm patch of soil. I like to start these early to give the plants ample time to become established. When they grow large enough they will be transplanted in their final position. Can’t wait for the first harvest!Read more "Snow Pea (Mangetout) Sprouts"
…is truly another man’s treasure. I picked up three vintage wooden ladders from a neighbor down the road. They left it on the nature strip for people to take and that is exactly what I did. I stealthily carried them home in the dead of night – not because I felt bad – but because […]Read more "Another Man’s trash (2.0)…"
I love the crisp green of this flower head. The way it’s bent down makes it look charming but somehow menacing at the same time, as if it’s recoiling and ready for attack. Well, that’s how I see it anyway!Read more "Winter Green"
I love the rich shades of green of the spring onions on my spring onion pancake. It’s so uplifting!Read more "Green"
I love moss. I love the fact that not only is it low maintenance, it provides an almost everlasting blanket of deep green which is soft to the touch. This little moss patch is something I’ve had for a while. It’s in a miniature bonsai pot (no larger than half you palm) and every time […]Read more "Colour inspiration"