Hey Bernie,you added your link just after I did. Happy to be the first to comment on your mosaics! I love the kingfisher mosaic most and am very pleased with the foliage mosaic.Rosie
Beautiful sights! I am looking forward to my spring.http://jeanneselep.blogspot.com/2011/03/china-finds.html
I've never seen a kingfisher - what a pretty bird!
Things are looking good in your garden in Autumn especially the bright blue kingfisher.Hope it dries up there soon.
Lovely mosaics I particularly like the raindrops on the flowers.
Bernie, the mosaics are lovely. I love the pictures of the birds.Eileen
Bernie, thank you for a visit to your lush garden. Beautiful mosaics. Take care and have a great day.
I love the tune accompanying your pretty autumnal flowers. Now I can't get Julie Andrews out of my head!!
Beautiful. Love you clever title for this post
Rosie, thank you so much for visiting. I'm glad you liked the foliage and those lovely Kingfishers.Jeanne ... I popped by your blog post and found those amazing photos of fruit! That was a treat, thanks.Pondside ... this was a pair of the Forest Kingfishers. We see them around here every now and then, but this is the first time I've ever spotted a pair together. That was a really great start to the day ... it's a shame they were a bit far away and my old camera couldn't zoom in closer!Diane ... it's been drizzling for days! There just doesn't seem to be an end of it ... send up some of your lovely sunshine pl... ea ... se!Sue ... there's been raindrops on everything for what seems like an eternity, lol! My teacher aides who come from England are complaining bitterly ... this is what they wanted to get away from!Eileen ... those Forest Kingfishers are truly beautiful little things. Their colours are amazing, but unfortunately don't show up too well on a dreary overcast day.Garden of Threads ... it's always lovely having you visit. It's been a gloomy rainy week so far, so I'm hoping that will change soon.Laurrie ... yes that damn song has been plaguing my mind. Too much rain! It's leaving that song playing over and over in my mind.Mo ... lol, thanks! I really was wishing it was Sunday when I wrote this post. The weekends just don't seem long enough.
So lush and tropical. What is the flower in the upper left hand corner of the bottom mosaic. I love the creamy petals with the black centre. V
Gorgeous photos...that bird is awesome, something I'll never see! ♥
Valerie ... that creamy flowers is Turnera subulata, also commonly known here as the White Alder.
Beautiful collages, love the way you presented them, a feast to eyes.
Love all that foliage and the Kingfisher. We don't have them here. I did see my cardinal the other day, first splash of color I've seen in a while.
Just lovely again Bernie. Lovely Kingfisher, I love the tree in no.1 with the inset, so gorgeous. A delight to visit your site on Mosaic Monday.
Australia still looks lovely in the autumn. Have a great week!
Your mosaics are wonderful. All the foliage and flowers look fresh. Have you finished all the clean-up from the storm? I have thought about you and all the hard work I know you had to do. But your photos show a wonderful garden!
Hi Bernie - always refreshing to see your mosaics but more so now you have raindrops. Loved your description of foliage that pleases for hours and hours. Looking at my indoor Calathea I always think of you - it would be so much happier in your environs ;)Laura
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