photo's. because they tell a lot:
Why did you wake me up?
Mom, dad, siblings and one yellow chick:
The evasive Syrian Woodpecker:
Looking over my behind and not my shoulders. Do you mind??
The totally magical surroundings of Fairytaletree; this time a carpet made to fly away upon to happy times transcending this world:
A butterfly feeling sorry for me not being able to ever close-in on their species ever. Sat down to model and made me thank her/him because being so awfully grateful. (now a better camera would help if I could afford it)
Last Saturday's raindrops (very well might have been the Malkosh) - danced. Cheerfully swaying their light-in-flight beings. Pure pleasure to watch:
The Brachychiton who has been flowering for a few months now having some of the last seasons raindrops on it:
This Jacaranda tree's branches covered with leaves:
The luscious Mulberry I took home today and am planning on eating:
A photo of a phenomenon called web everybody is passing by on while this is such a work of genious (let alone a magnificent sight when the sun is shining through it)
Mr. Fly, not being even a little bit afraid of me. Those radiant red eyes must have something to do with that ;-)
This step-up at a bridge crossing the incredibly busy AbbaHillel road made me stand still on my heels and drift off into fairy-tale-land. Just felt like floating over the cushioned lilac flowers velvetty paving an entrance into a land Judy Garland once sang about:
There are tiny little independent flowers within the heart of this flower:
These flowers have a scent one can get 'high' from. Extremely exclusive:
A "Sally-my-handsome" near the port of Tel-Aviv last week.
The Passionflower I only saw at one single spot a couple of years ago now can be seen at various other places and that's a blessing since they're so beautiful:
This is me and Klaas and the sea being reflected through the windows of a hall that used to be used as a wedding hall once and since have been in an ongoing process of being re-built over and over again:
Have a good week, everybody who's reading here (no idea who is actually)
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