My Back Garden

As so many of you post photos I thought I would go into my garden and take a few photos. They are not to the quality of some of yours, but they may be different to those taken in the Northern Hemisphere. Remember, we in the Southern Hemisphere are in late winter.

A flower from the Honey Gem Grevillea, one of 250 evergreen shrubs in the Australian Protea family
Another shot of the Honey Gem Grevillea
African Daisies soaking up the Australian sun
How beautiful is that?
A Geranium – what a color!
African Daisies in the foreground, with the Grevillea further along our driveway.

Now that I have bored you with my very average photos, I hope that you have appreciated a little bit of Queensland, Australia during these turbulent times. My wife and I are currently awaiting our Covid19 test results, so we are stuck on our property until then. A lovely day, with the flowers showing off their colors and I am sure they are not giving a damn!

Have a great day everyone!

Regards, Phil at http://knowledge-data.net

Published by sharingknowledge

I am an older retired person currently living in Queensland, Australia who has lived in 6 different countries for 5 years or more each. They include England, Canada, USA, New Zealand, Norfolk Island and now Australia. I have a wide range of interests which include, amongst others, education, business, travel, volunteering, classic cars and government. I consider myself to be very logical, consistent, thoughtful and generally involved with society. I welcome any considered views and opinions.

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