Sunday Selections # 561
Long ago, Kim of Frog ponds Rock, (who no longer blogs), dreamed up a meme called Sunday Selections.
A place where those who were willing could put up photos they wanted to share, new, old, good, bad or indifferent, any photos you please.
Nothing rude or vulgar though.
And we don't mind at all if overseas bloggers care to join us.
a few more of the houses under construction next door now have windows
the blue tinge is because I took the photos through the fencing which is covered in blue "shadecloth" which is not easily seen through, probably to discourage potential thieves from knicking any materials laying around.
here on the left, you can see the blue fence covering, I managed to sneak a shot through this opening while the site watchman wasn't looking. Full speed ahead on the site now.
this very pretty tiled cross is on a building at the back of the Salvation Army building next door to the new build site
looking straight up into the canopy of the only pine tree left, luckily there weren't any cockatoos in there to drop anything on my face
the concrete slab foundation style is common here in Australia, the blue steel framing wasn't, but is now gaining popularity as it can't be eaten away by termites, which we have plenty of.
this stand of Coreopsis was so small not so long ago, recently someone pulled up a root section and left it lying on the footpath, perhaps to collect later. I rescued it first and will plant it in a pot on my front porch, I hope it survives and grows.
the flowers are so cheerful
this dried hollyhock seed pod is attached to a broken stem, maybe broken by the same person who pulled up the coreopsis section?
another stem has green seed pods all the way up
this is a passionfruit flower with petals drooping and almost ready to fall off
this is the view from the top, interesting flower, don't you think? and so colourful
here is a baby passionfruit growing
and this is Lola. Where? you ask. That black triangle wedged between the slipping pillow and the chest of drawers. That's her, sound asleep.