The red gums are now flowering.
Old gum nuts from spent flowers, can be seen in the background. They are sometimes used in dried flower arrangements and also for art and craft.
This tiny caterpillar, about 2 centimeters long, visited us at the weekend. I had not seen it before.
An alien, a creature showing its brightness and its alien-ness. Then it was gone, where? I don't know. It will emerge as another creature. A butterfly? or maybe a beetle? or a moth?
Life morphs and life changes as we grow. Know this and accept that we grow through our bodies and our own codes of nature.
In tropical Northern Territory of Australia, mangroves are seen around the coastline. A variety of fish and mudcrabs can be caught throughout the mangrove areas. One delicacy is the Barramundi, which can be found in the tidal creeks throughout the mangrove areas.
The photographs were taken where we often fish and/or just enjoy being out in nature. Often we spot the White-bellied sea-eagle, Jabiru stork and other sea-birds which I will include in a post soon.
The Northern Territory of Australia has native cycads, slow growing, with the trunk extending underground. I often take photos of their bracts as they display their various colours and appeal, while unfurling.
This day the raindrops, the colours of the cycad and the gumnuts, fallen from the branches of a Eucalypt tree, called for a photograph. Natures art there again displaying. One only has to stop for a moment to appreciate the life all around us.
The page title photograph is a native Turkey Bush in flower.
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