Emergence

The tadpoles are emerging from the water. Though still froglets with diminishing tales they are climbing onto the newly added sticks in their little, table-top aquarium. I was surprised by two things that I had quite forgotten about since my childhood. 1) That they are such big tadpoles and then they become a rather small … Continue reading Emergence

Entering Bunuru

In our part of the world, the southern, south west coast of Western Australia, we have shifted into the Second Summer. Bunuru, according to local Noongar traditional wisdom is The Season of Adolescence and February on our modern calendar, is usually the hottest month of the year. For me though, it has dulled in its … Continue reading Entering Bunuru

Family, Feet & Friends

Gran requested a family photo for Christmas - to send to friends and family. Unfortunately for Gran, these things need a bit of planning and getting everyone together at the same time with a little bit of coordinating of attire. Plus getting the Little Fellas done and dusted and ready for the event is like … Continue reading Family, Feet & Friends

Early Summer

  The early morning is when the garden is at it's most alive. Bullfrog is calling of course. Especially if there is a light rain shower in theĀ  hours before sunrise. There are golden bees, floured with bright golden pollen, crawling through the brilliant yellow pumpkin flowers. The chilacayote vine is rambling all over the … Continue reading Early Summer

Mild Weather Workout

Today I was up early and working between houses. Progress is being made, but there is still not enough time in the day and too few lifetimes. The main priority today was getting to the rabbits. Spot needed more attention to her ears and her hutch moved whilst the other rabbits also needed a move … Continue reading Mild Weather Workout