Hi everyone, I hope you and yours are well and safe. We are in mid-winter here in Western Australia and it goes from rain to freezing cold with clear blue sky days. Because I seem to be totally devoid of inspiration for my blog this week, I bring you Random Days of June. Enjoy!
Clockwise from top left.... a bunch of sunflowers I bought for myself shown here against that blue sky day, the pin-cushion Hakeas are flowering - so beautiful, seeing beauty in bushfire burnt leaves in the bush, the Geraldton Wax flowering in my garden, laying out some leaves for eco-printing, and our orange tree is producing delicious oranges.
A delicious pumpkin quiche I enjoyed at Hummingbird Cafe in Busselton, a walk along the river in Donnybrook, the chairs on the Bunbury waterfront, new apartment highrise in Bunbury, a book I have ordered from our local library, and pelicans meeting on the sandbar between the Collie River and the Leschenault inlet. I blogged about the pelicans before here: Where the pelicans meet
Did I show you the eclipse...it was in May...but here it is anyway.
I am linking up to the link-ups below. Please click on the links to see fabulous contributions from around the world - virtual touring at its best!
MosaicMonday at Letting Go of the Bay Leaf
Our World Tuesday
My corner of the world through my camera
Wednesday Around the World at Communal Global hosted by Randomosity.
and Little bird - Pienilintu
The Lovin' Life Team over at: Deep Fried Fruit
Month end link up @ Live love craft me