Continuing a series of images taken from corners of our garden last August. I hope you like them, especially because there will be more in days to come.
Devic Buddha, smiles kindly at the tiny creatures, and bids them peace.
A tasty dish, for sprites who wish to feast on crystal light.
A tourist stops over. It must be like living while tied to the seat of your camper-van! (Or not!)
Spotties spotted drying their socks, hiding from sight, amongst rigid rocks.
Splashed colour pink expresses this petal’s sweet swan song for the blue sky.
Putting Solomon to shame – a candle in the cathedral of open daylight.
These didn’t last long once they were ready to eat.
Chems dissolving quickly, thanks to our lofty chums – angels?
Didn’t see too much of this sort of thing before the clean air act, here in the UK.
It’s nice to find the ability to post, even though it may take me many hours to physically realise the intent. Worth the effort though. By the way, did anyone spot my attempts at Haiku? (Poetry is definitely not my forte, pity.) My thanks to you, the kindest of souls, who regularly support this site with your encouraging comments. Kindness will be magnified in the lives of the kind. Thank you too, and welcome to new followers, I hope I can continue to contribute something of value. Let’s remember to take a little time out for ourselves on the 11-11, an important master number day. A good day to contemplate our relationships, and to allow our innate love to inform our conclusions. With that, Namaste – for today, from me – Amras.
Photography ©Francis Moloney: 2012.