... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
It's beautiful Julie! I can almost smell that jasmine.
Love jasmine. Certainly gives the fence a nice cover.
What gorgeous colours. It always amazes me how rust and decay can be so beautiful.
Corroding fabric is right! :-)
Lovely, lovely, lovely. Rusty fences are just so photogenic. But your treatment of it is what makes it special. Can hardly wait to see what you do on your bush trip.
what a beautiful post, Julie. the snippet of poetry, the title, and the bookmatched photos. it's like opening a little gift this morning.
Ahhh, we've gone on the same track again. I have a rusty bulding like this one in my drafts. Lovely words as always.V
One of my favorite scents, along with osmanthus fragrans, magnolia coco, and citrus blossoms.
As JE knows full well, I adore rust, and lichen, and mould - most forms of decay really. I am also collecting perfumed plants in my garden: murraya, daphne, gardenia and am aiming for a pink jasmine - just need to be able to control it.Have googled the osmanthus fragrans and its common name is a Chinese Tea Olive. Its flowers are reminiscent of the murraya and also of the Chinese Star Jasamina.Laneways are one of my favourite haunts.
I have a collection of corrugated tin/iron. It's sitting in a pile while I decide what to do with it. Lately I've been thinkging of a fence. This may have tipped things in that direction for good.
Between JE and myself you probably got hammered into submission. When it is constructed let us have a look - okay?
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