Firstly, Merry Christmas!!!! If you’re reading this, I hope you are enjoying this beautiful day. ~ A few months ago I wrote a post about picking up an old rattan washing basket that a neighbor left out for the hard rubbish collection. It was still in perfect condition – I think it was thrown out […]Read more "A wash(ing basket) with colour"
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"
Look at the lively purple of these African Violets.Read more "Colour Inspiration"
Look at the deep ruby red of the pomegranate seeds. Inspiration?Read more "Ruby Red"
Look at the beautiful contrast of the blue tray with the shades of orange of the ripening persimmons.Read more "Colour Contrast"
The white lining in the petals bring out the their colour so well.
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This is a rosé from the State Rose Garden in Werribee. It’s worth a trip. It’s such a rich yellow with all the different golden hues.Read more "Colour"