A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Wednesday 2 December 2015

The colours of summer

We are fond of telling all who will listen that we don't have seasons that are visible.  We may be a exaggerating a little though because if we care to open our eyes, there is a changing of the guard that occurs from sometime in September when the Jacaranda flower, throughout summer as each tree takes it's own time to make its mark.  

Sometimes the change is visible as the tree comes into flower, sometimes it's the colour of the new foliage, but there is a change.  Mostly though, it's a subtle thing, not at all like what is happening this park in Lanesborough!


© Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia


1 comment

William Kendall said...

I guess the best description would be a subdued change in seasons. Pretty!

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