For Cee’s B&W challenge this week, I hope I’m in time with these photos with numbers in them, from Australia.
I know you’re thinking I made it up (and you’re close), but when my grapes start forming and there’s a carpet of tiny florets on the ground, it’s time to get out the cameras and try to find out what’s going on up there.
The results are here for Cee’s FOTD.
After a couple of years of nurturing a lonely stick in a pot, a lone blossom has appeared. Who knows? We could have a solo fruit in a few weeks.
The last lines for Becky’s squares (sniff) are roots, dropping from old trees in Brisbane, Australia, although they are native to India and Pakistan.
Alas, they are a mysterious flower to me, but so graceful as they hung their heads.
See more in Cee’s Flower of the Day
Australia is an island, so we have plenty of shorelines to share with Becky’s squares.
I’ve no idea what tree or fruit this is, but the striking blossom caught my eye and I wanted to include it in Cee’s FOTD.