It seems that no matter where I roam there is a free barbecue just waiting on the footpath for the taking. Just why this occurs is beyond me, but barbecues and exercise bikes must be the most discarded items on the planet. OK, in Australia then.
A few years ago, when I was desperate for a photo for the day, I'd run outside and check the state of the Frangipani. The ever changing nature of these trees always gives something to talk about, although I've never figured the seasons in which they flower, grow leaves and die off. They do it all in sync with one another, but not strictly to our calendar.
Here's the very tip of a bare tree, with new life just bursting to get out, and winter is barely on us.
Well one didn't have to be Nostradamus to predict the demise of the house on this site, actually a chat with the owners gave a fair clue as to its future. It's sad from a rich urban tapestry perspective that it had to go of course, but they are nervously waiting on commencement of their new modern and comfortable house!
Note that any similarity between the this photoblog and the regional newspaper from Queensland Australia, which is also known as the Sunshine Coast Daily, is purely coincidental. We have absolutely no relationship with that publication apart from the fact that we live in the same town. If you would like to read more of the goings on in our particular tiny corner of the world, please feel free to visit The Daily online.