This tree would not be out of place on the set of The Lord Of The Rings. Look at the gnarled effect on the trunk. I am sure it moves around at night. Call me prone to flights of fancy but every time I go down to the park I swear this tree has moved a fraction. One night I am going to sit in the park and wait……
Whenever I see this little boat in the bay I feel a strong sense of romanticism. Imagine the stories she could tell. Think of the adventures she’s had. Every time I see her she brightens my day.
‘The Anzac Bridge makes me feel the same way,’ she said, smilingly.
I still love you, my old friend.
These are the Crane Sisters. They seem to move to a beat. They are always together. I think that when nobody is looking they sing the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.
PANSIES!!! I love this planter with its splash of purple. It’s such a cheery surprise as you walk along the street.
You know I’ve been on the lookout for gargoyles, lately, so I was delighted to find this one on the roof of a house near my son’s school. Would I be right in thinking this might be a little girl gargoyle? As far as gargoyles go, she’s actually pretty cute.
Thanks for joining me on another of my walks. It’s always great to have you come along.