This time of year Feijoas give a
I love them!
The fruit matures in autumn and is green, and about the size and shape of an egg. It has a sweet, aromatic flavour. The flesh is juicy. The fruit drops when ripe, but can be picked from the tree before to prevent bruising. Feijoa fruit have a distinctive smell. The chemical methyl benzoate smells strongly of feijoas and the aroma of the fruit is caused mostly by this and other closely related chemicals.
Before Bea’s birth I crocheted this frog hat.
Now after more than a year I wanted to take photos of her wearing it.
No matter what you try
She just does not like anything on her head.
As you all know I moved House on the 8th of March. There are still some things left in my old place that needs to be moved. Hopefully, this come week will be the last of it. This coming weekend is a long weekend starting Friday and back to school on Following Wednesday.
I sat on the steps cutting my toenails.
I looked up and saw this!
Looking back to the front there even was a rainbow!
Earth Day is near! This week, let’s celebrate this planet on which we live.
On the way from Wellington to Nelson.
Flying back to Wellington.
Windmills on the hills.
Mother earth has so much to give.
Do we really appreciate?
“This is a place to share the beauty of macro photography and learn from each other. Please join in! A new challenge begins each Wednesday, and I announce the winner from the previous week when I post the new challenge.” says Susan at:
My take this week are two tiny bugs on the stem of a hops plant.
Canon EOS 450D
1/200 sec, F 5.6
While house sitting I started a baby throw for little Bea.
As soon as I was back I had to quickly make another jersey for her because the weather was still cold and unpleasant.
In two days I finished this one off.
Ailsa gives a new challenge each week, click on link to see how it works
Grass around a sink hole on my neighbours lawn!
It happened overnight end of June!.Very dangerous I have to say. I asked the council here for help. Answer: It is private property they do nothing!. (They came the next day and had a look!)
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HALF and HALF
Half blue, half green