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Friday, November 7, 2008

Around my back yard......
here is a cactus growing wild out in the paddock,Its huge and the flowers are amazing, they don't last very long only a couple of days. Since we have had a bit of rain this spring I found these lilies flowering,I always know they were there but had never seen the flower until this year.
This part of the paddock is covered in a beautiful purple flower I love it but it's a weed for the farmers and a pain to get rid of.



Seen these going they are seaside daisy which I planted 2 years ago and now they have risen and are in full bloom.


More purple weed.



These are a daisy that was planted near the fish pond I made when we came here but it too had grown over and was surprise to see them flowering.



my beautiful daisies sitting out for the world to see,Grown in the worst conditions and yet still can come up with the goods.


Red bottle brush tree. Hubby's wheat is much better this year since we have had some much rain.

Purple Iris first time it has flowered and so pretty,Irises were my Mums fabourite flower.
Pretty May bush..



Huge storm last week, it was amazing all the colours and the shadows across the land.Here the sun is shinning after its over.Looking outside my Kitchen windo

Outside my front door towards the creek which fulled up very quick and is just beautiful and clean and it sparkles as the sun shines on it.



More photos soon.Its hard to believe we had so much rain last week and today the ground has huge cracks in it from where its drying out.Looking outside my window it looks like it my rain hope not the monthly markets are on tomorrow and I hoping to find some bargains for Christmas.I'm off know to cook tea we are having oysters;;;yes we have the best oysters ever in out country town, Jo and Keith have an oyster farm and they grow the sweetest biggest oysters I have ever eaten and believe me I have eaten a lot of oysters over the years being my most fab food.
See ya hugs Glenda.












3 comments:

Dolly said...

Glenda you have such beautiful views from your home.
Surrounded by some many of Gods wonderful creations!

All the flowers look so pretty!
I am looking out the window at bare trees and leaves on the ground.
No flowers...just dreariness!

Hows my Rosey girl doing?
Give her hugz from me!

Hugz to you too,
Dolly

P.S. your blog looks great...you have come along way girl! :-)

Miss Rhea said...

Gosh, you live on a little slice of Heaven. I grew up in Arizona and I cant tell you how many times I fell into Cacti. That picture makes me shiver !! lol !! :)

KarenHarveyCox said...

How beautiful. You live in a lovely place. Your photographs are wonderful.

You're Invited to A Christmas Fair in Blogland on November 21st. Stop by and read all about it.

Happy Pink Saturday,

Karen