Wednesday, May 23, 2018

A mixed bag of fragments

©2018 Barry Smith - Cooper scale from and etching process
Soft grey light was the greeting for the start of my walk today - but by the time I got to Treehaven Way colour began to emerge.

©2018 Barry Smith 
©2018 Barry Smith 
With winter not too far away there is not an abundance of colour etc - but there are still fragments that catch my eye.

©2018 Barry Smith 
©2018 Barry Smith - I love how this imperfect flower floats in the dark light 
©2018 Barry Smith - Paper like edge of a flower - white standing out in the grey morning
©2018 Barry Smith  - Delightful weed
©2018 Barry Smith - I really need to pick up more of the macadamia nuts
©2018 Barry Smith - A new emerging crucifix orchid
©2018 Barry Smith - Color wandering over the gravel
Most of the fragments have darker more subdued backgrounds courtesy of the late autumn morning light.


  1. Lovely as usual. The orchid arrived OK, thank you so much.

  2. Love seeing the sky ... and wondering. Do Australians face north to watch the arc of sun and moon as they travel across the sky? And do they move from right to left over the course of time?

  3. P - so glad the orchid arrived - 12 months down the track maybe there will be flowers. LA - in fact we do look north and our sun and moon come up in the east (right hand side as one looks north) and set in the west. Peace. B


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