Mini white flowers and shades of purple from the bush : January 21 2023


Another rainy morning - plenty of investment accounting to keep busy. Also lined up emails for this weekend product launch.

Got dinner started - goat curry - meat bought by my wife last week was hard to work with. Maybe a day or two too long in a bag in the fridge on meat that has a strong smell anyway

Weather cleared enough to go for a ride - heading to Grosvenor St Fire Trail

First flower sets theme for the day - little white flowers. New South Wales Coral Heath is my guess - part of epacris family

Pale grass lily

There were lots of mini flannel flowers. Just happened to choose this one to photograph - red mite spider scooting around

First orchid of the day - dipodium variegatum

A few fringe lilies - this one just opening

Found another hyacinth orchid in the pampas grass - shades of purple between this one and the one behind

Dipodium variegatum

Saw this leaf and was looking for the flower spike of a bonnet orchid

Cryptostylis erecta

Flax-leaved Wattle just opening out

Scribbly gums have shed all their bark to reveal yellow undersides

Paint brush just opening - hard to get focus on a windy day

Dropped all the way down to Lovers Jump Creek to look for chiloglottis orchids

Found only one leaf in all the known spots - walked all the way to track that heads up to Murrua Road

Cowan Creek pool below where Lovers Jump Creek joins.

No chiloglottis all down this way

Mushroom action on the way back

Less windy down the slope makes for an easier photo of pale flax lily

Scary stuff. Spied the leaf and said to myself - broad leaf geebung - then I saw the flower. I am learning more than orchids

Spot the goanna. Normally they run like crazy for a tree. This one played the go slow and hide game - perfectly disguised and still

Bonnet orchids on left had side on the way back - not seen them here before

A photo for my friend, Kathryn who made the choice last week to stop all cancer treatments. We all send her flowers to help her journey - dampiera purpurea - the colour of an American corn flower

More pale flax lily photos - choose which flower to focus on is the game

Kind of works better than cropping one or the other

Found a few more hyacinth orchids - this one just forming its seed pod

A game of shades of purple

And a pale one

Good to get out riding and to stay dry. Too bad there were neither midge orchids nor chiloglottis orchids.

Goat curry was still smelling a bit pungent - cooked a bit with lid off to disperse the gamey smell. That helped

Tasted just great - subtle curry flavours stood well alongside the strong goat flavour. Meat shredded easily and was almost like a dried fry dish

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Goat curry is very nice I think your wife loves you much more may Allah bless her and which product are you launching presently, another advice sell some Ur photographs upon which will boost your economy I hope so


It is nice when my wife buys stuff to cook. Then I know what she wants.

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Another incredible photograph of yours. Everything is amazing!

This place is tranquil. It is soothing and relaxing. The creek is so clean and the flowers are pretty to look at. What a great day you had, you were able to reconnect with nature again.

Keep it up! It is a healthy habit.


thank you so much for sharing the report and beautiful photos, have a nice day and a great week


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