THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-April-Words2018

 

 

April Words 2018

Tough selection this month 🙂

Just before the sun peeped over the horizon.

It was worth the drive and early rise

to see Dawn break.

 

Clouds form when airborne water vapour

Condenses unto water droplets or ice crystals.

Rain occurs when warmer air is cooled.

Warmer air holds more water vapour and

when cooled this vapour condenses to water

and rain occurs.

Something that has not happened

frequently enough  this year.

The best I can do for Coalescing

is the merging of the Treur and Blyde Rivers

at Bourke’s Luck Potholes

in South Africa.

Closer to home are some verdant paddocks

under an early morning fog.

I had a long think about Sempiternal and

the only thing I could think of was time.

It will probably be everlasting in our lifetime

and it seems that no matter whether

looking forward and back

we can measure time.

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Thursday’s Special: April-Words-2018

Floral Friday18-0406

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Floral Friday Challenge.

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Thursday this week we visited

Country Dahlias,

Country Dahlias is only about a

forty minute drive from Geelong.

 

With around 2,500 species to view

we could have spent nearly all day

wandering around.

Over the next few weeks I will post some more of these plants…

some of which were really eye-catching.

Click on  any of the Country Dahlias links

to go to the 

Country Dahlias 

Facebook page.

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Floral Friday

Floral Friday

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