The true harvest of life is intangible...it is in the tints of the morning and evening...it is in the stardust caught...a segment of the rainbow.
Henry David Thoreau

Tuesday, 22 May 2007

SUN SHOWER


Recently, I was staying with my friend Bethel in Queensland, when we had a lovely sunshower.

Sadly, they are experiencing drought conditions at the moment, and so her beautiful garden isn't looking quite as green, but hopefully before too much longer, they will get some useful rain.

5 comments:

Bethel of Bethania said...

Go Rob ...haven't been on your site since your eye op as I didn't think you would be bloging yet but no stopping you is there ... Go Girl Go... so are you going to show us that little project you have been doing???

Mary-Beth said...

Oh this beautiful, but I don't see any purple! LOL

Rob Keogh said...

Oh Mary-Beth, You just haven't seen enough photos, I will get Bethel to put some pics up on her blog of her "Gyrlie Shed" where she does all her creating, there's some purple in there.

Rose said...

Gee, where is that green grass from. Our grass has been brown for over one year now. I had nearly forgotten what green grass looked like!! I live west of Brisbane.
Rose.

Bethel of Bethania said...

Rose I'm afraid my grass is far from Green now ... has that dry crispy crunch to it now ....
Mary-Beth come on over to my place in a day or so and see my purple ... B