Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Nature....

no sewing to report.............to many bugs to stitch of a night.........
the irises are in mass display and look amazing in front of the white cherokee rose............
a neighbours wheat crop is just about to turn...........
the storms have started for the season.........loved the little "snow caps" on top of the clouds...........something different was going on with the winds up there......

Catch you later.....
Chookyblue.....

'Keeping the love of blogging alive'

26 comments:

  1. Amazing how those little bugs get through the screens isn't it?
    We have thousands of little butterflies at the moment. I'm sure there aren't usually this many.

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  2. lovely piccies.... I have noticed more bugs too .... the clouds are always great for watching ...
    Hugz

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  3. It is so lovely to see a crop in such fine fettle. I feel so much for the farmers in NSW who have had theirs ruined by the flooding. :(
    It is indeed the country of droughts and flooding rains. Dorothea McKellar's poem should be drilled into kids' heads and reflected upon. Especially by policy makers and town planners. Just saying.
    As for the flowers, how lovely are they? It's a shame that in the suburbs that gardens have less flowering plants in favour of succulents and palms. Where can the bees get what they need?

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  4. As always I enjoy the pictures you share....

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  5. Hi Chooky love your new header.
    i am loving your nature pics,especially the clouds,hope your day is a good one my friend xx

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  6. The flowers are beautiful!! The sky looks huge out your way, love all those clouds. We have monster mossies here at present.

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  7. Gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing. Those clouds are amazing.

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  8. Lovely photos.....can't get over all the yellow canola in bloom....amazing fields of yellow. Those irises are gorgeous x

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  9. What a contrast to earlier in the year. It is looking magnificent.

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  10. You have taken some lovely photos. The weather and winds are very strange at the moment

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  11. Those cloud formations are amazing, Chooky! And your irises are gorgeous. My little ones are in full bloom now and the big ones are just about to open.

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  12. Those cloud formations are amazing, Chooky! And your irises are gorgeous. My little ones are in full bloom now and the big ones are just about to open.

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  13. Loved your gorgeous photos. The garden has certainly loved the extra rain this year

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  14. Such beautiful photos.

    Your irises are amazing. Wish they would grow out here.

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  15. That blue sky and the clouds are amazing and to me so typically Australian. Your irises are looking wonderful too! Happy Spring. xx

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  16. what beautiful colours you are enjoying x

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  17. Sorry to hear you are being "bugged" at night. I'm at the opposite. We don't have a lot of those left, except on Sunday night, a mosquito pay me a visit. Imagine a mosquito in October, in Canada! Your pictures are wonderful. So much space. You can see for miles and miles. Fantastic! Thanks for sharing. ;^)

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  18. Oh, I could stare at clouds all day. While is Tasmania, we had some beautiful days with cloudy skies and I was in my element, taking pictures...

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  19. Pretty garden. Those cloud formations looks amazing.

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