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Category Archives: Flowers
This weekend the weather was really beautiful and I just wanted to be outside, so I chucked my Macro Lens on played around photographing so beautiful flowers.
Well I’m home now, I’ve been back in Australia for a little over a week and I’ve just been relaxing, enjoying the sunshine and catching up mostly getting over the Jet Lag (so much worse coming home). Now that I’m all over it and relaxed I’ve started going over my photos. All the photos today are from my iPhone and my Instagram stream.
The Ashmolean Museum (Amazing!)
Emperor Augustus and Islamic Tile Work
Blackwell’s Bookshop best ever & Hanging Baskets of flowers
Broad St and Trinity College from Parks Rd
Oxford Campus Stores on Broad St and a door in a wall on Parks St
The Bridge I walked over to get into town & the Pink Pub
The sweetest little Cottage on Parks Rd & the Queen on a 20 Pound note
Sign I found on one of the College Walls & the opposite view of the Cottage
Coral and Dinosaur Bones from Pitt Rivers Museum
Fossilized Bug and the Roof in Pitt Rivers
More Pitt Rivers
More Fossils from Pitt Rivers
Random Church & Building in Oxford
Random St in Oxford & Row Boats under the Magdalen Bridge
Magdalen Bridge & Magdalen College
Me at Radcliffe Camera & Brasenose College
The Cobblestones around Radcliffe Camera & Radcliffe Camera
All Souls College across Radcliffe Square and a Lane way
Taxi on Magdalen Rd and Street Lamp in one of the Park Lanes
Lamb & Flag Passage and a Lane way
Terminal Three at Heathrow
Me Happy to be Home & Lily happy to see me.
So thats some of my instagram pictures from my time in Oxford. I’m going through all the others I took on my Nikon and I will be posting them over the next week or so.
The other day I was trying to practice some flower photography and Lily decided she wanted the flower, nothing was going to get between her and her prey. Which if you know her is quite funny she’s actually terrified of anything bigger than a moth unless of course there is a window pane between her and what ever she is hunting then she’s as brave as any lion. Here is the huntress in all her glory.
This is Kevin, well one of Kevin’s flowers at least. The reason this plant has a name is ever since I was a child any plant or flower I try to raise always dies. I gave Kevin his name last year mostly as a joke when we brought him home from Bunnings. However when he didn’t die three weeks after we planted him like I expected I continued to call him Kevin and he continued not dying, better he even flourished. So two years and counting I’m hoping Kevin has a long life.