Nature's Place

Autumnal Spring

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It looks like the rainy season is coming to an end and it feels like Spring. But that’s only here in Brisbane, Oz. What couldn’t stand the heat and dry or wet is now coming into its own, sprouting, blooming and seeding. It’s nice and cool at any time of the day.

There are still native bees about and I suspect this Autumn’s Spring will give way to an abundance of forms, and then it all changes again. The nature of being in existence, change.

Even up a ladder there were bees flying about. It’s good to see, to be.

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Waiting on Time … to Pass

 A few on Salvia, a blue flower I got for the bees.

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Fly resting on a twig.

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Potato Beetle making a meal of the Belladonna.

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The elusive Carpenter Bee making a rare appearance at her nest entrance.

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Jumper gets his dinner.

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Time seems to fly. It is a while since the last post and it behoves me to keep going and not let too much time pass between, as that risks lengthening with time. It’s a practise, one that pleases me, and I trust others.

Change takes time and it’s that I was waiting on. But I can’t wait on change as that just puts it off anyway. Life is contrary, have you heard? Seeking or expectation brings about its opposite. The key to change is to have had enough of the way it is and see the fact without trying one way or another.

I know some – many – do believe, that decisions have to be made, but I live my life not theirs – in my timelessly time filled way.

And so I won’t ‘philosophise’ any more today and leave you with images of our little cousins.

It has rained a lot lately. From the garden of nature to you.

Mark Berkery ……. Don’t forget to CLICK on any picture to enlarge it in a new tab – best in FireFox – for me