Wednesday, 16 November 2011

From little things big things grow!


In case you are carried away by the beauty of colour, and form, and style, permit me to direct your attention to the solitary, basic Jacaranda pod on the left.
A frenchified eastern wall of a terrace in Elizabeth Street, close to its intersection with Sutherland Street.

13 comments:

Peter said...

On my computer it's a triangle with an exclamation mark. Maybe Blogger is at it again, censoring photo's.

Julie said...

Yes, Blogger does seem to have an issue with this photo that it did not have with yesterday's photo. I am unable to enlarge the image on-screen.

Word Press is looking more inviting by the day.

J Bar said...

Julie, I've just noticed that when I view your blog on my laptop, your photos are all clipped on the right, so I don't see the full image. That could be fixed by adjusting the width of the blog in 'Blogger Template Designer' to allow larger photos to be displayed.

Ann said...

I have the same problem with it not showing the whole shot. I don't know how you upload your photos but they never show in the thumbnail for me, only when I open the blog. Beautiful photo, the colours work so well.

Julie said...

Okay, I will discuss it with my guru. But a change to Wordpress is a distinct possibility - if I have the time.Off to Wauchope again tomorrow for 3 days, and then Jamieson next weekend for 5 days,

Peter said...

Love the Jac. against the white wall. Look forward to some bush shots.

Joe said...

You did well to spot the solitary pod. Enjoy your trip.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I have never thought of Jacaranda pods until this morning when I was riding in the bus and saw a tree with lots of pods on it ... though to myself, I have never noticed the pods before. And I visit here tonight and find you pointing out a pod.

Pierre said...

Great colours and composition!

Julie said...

*grin*

brattcat said...

ahhhh.

Gunn said...

Love it!
Composition and colors are great!

Nathalie said...

Jacarandas, one of my favourite trees. And how right you were to point us to that solitary pod!