What can I say but… so many frangipani, so little time, lol!
These are some of the beautiful pale-pink frangipani we found in Sydney’s Royal Botanical Gardens.
And you know what? This isn’t the last frangipani photo I have either but I promise I’m going to attempt to limit myself to just the ONE frangipani photo ONCE a month.
Then again, perhaps I could simply rename Flower Friday to Frangipani Friday... now THERE’S an idea, lol! 🙂
This is what Monday’s Macro of Frangipani buds looks like when they are all grown up!
Walking around Sydney’s Royal Botanical Gardens in the light rain was rather, uncomfortable, at the time shall we say. In retrospect however, seeing all the photographs I took with fresh raindrops on them… what’s a little rain, huh?!
We could have walked around these gardens for hours except one unnamed thirteen year old was not as enamoured with all the blooms as the rest of it. There are only so many times a mother can hear… “mum, how much longer?”
As you may have noticed I’ve been doing a little “Spring Cleaning” with my blog… new name, new look!
With the pending anniversary of “mum, how much longer“, it had me rethinking the purpose of this blog. Something which has changed rather substantially with my father’s passing and my mother’s subsequent move into a high-care nursing home distinguishing her interest in computers. Conclusion… time for a change!
Our move to Canada has rekindled my love of photography hence I wanted my blog’s name to kinda reflect that, kinda, lol! So, back to photography…
Hopefully this change will be as smooth and seamless as the beginning of this bunch of Frangipani we happened upon whilst in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens.
Having grownup with many a Frangipani tree in our gardens, it’s hard to believe I had never seen just how these beautiful blooms begin their life. It was simply incredible to see.