A little macro today, I saw this flower in my garden and took a quick shot because the colour looked so pretty – it’s actually a flower from a nettle we need to pull out, but it was a nice flash of colour in a sea of green. Monday afternoon purples 🙂
It’s nearly mid-August and has been pouring down with rain today, but it’s still bright and the air feels fresh (compared to the muggy humidity a couple of days ago!) But here’s some cuttings that my mum has been keeping on our windowsill during the week to add some girly colour to the kitchen – the rain’s only temporary folks! : )
The weather the last few days have been beautiful. it’s finally shining brightly and there’s a nice cool breeze outside which we really have been making the most of (translation: we’ve been wandering around the garden and looking at my mum’s flowers). Here’s a pretty ombre-style purple-pink flower to start the week off, it caught my eye because of the pretty tones of pink, fuschia and lilac and also because the petals remind me of tissue paper.
Here’s hoping the week stays warm and not temperamental (last week we had all four seasons in a single day, sun, rain, wind and slight hailstone!) – Happy Monday everyone!
Sometimes I enjoy being in a congested, crowded place to work in and live in, if only because of the beautiful night lights I see on the way home. There’s unexpected moments where I stop to appreciate the beautiful little things, the hidden street art, the pretty lanterns, the beautiful skies.
This is something I saw when I peeked out of my window at work about three minutes before putting my coat on to go home – the lights looks lovely, the sky was a wash of colours and there’s something dreamy about the city skyline in the background, especially with the string of coloured lights. I go past these lights every day (they change colour, that’s why one is green!) and have always wanted to get a decent picture of the lights, and have never quite managed to. Today I got a lucky shot which I was quite happy with, although no doubt I’ll keep trying to take better shots!