I can’t say that all of these were intentional, but when I looked back on my photos of Brisbane, from Felon’s Brewary, there are lots of lines for Becky’s squares, created by the light.
This unusual plant I mistook for a hydrangea in my addition to Cee’s FOTD. The colour and paper-thin texture made me uncertain, but the leaves were a match. Both Cee and Bob (lwbut) let me know it was a hellebore. Thanks!
For Becky’s squares, a collection of things in a line or lined up, including axe-women.
No, I’m not dropping my ‘h’. South Brisbane has a lovely parkland that is graced by a beautiful arbour. This, in turn, provided lots of lines for Becky’s squares.
Lampranthus Blandus is anything but bland in Spring and it would be very happy anywhere, but especially in Cee’s FOTD.
For Cee’s FOTD it’s an alyogyne huegelii, or white gem.