Tutu time

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I claimed I was on a mission, and I’m sticking with the theme. I’m gradually getting up to speed on the nuances between various mallee and macrocarpa and where I may track them down, thanks to evenings spent poring over quaint brochures, wildflower society booklets, and the ABC’s weighty Native Plants tome. I’d recommend not sitting next to me at a dinner party and politely enquiring about it, lest I send you to sleep. Suffice to say, it is proving to be a treasure hunt for me, and easily as much fun.

As glamorous as this sounds though, hold your envy in check. This week I took a while to get some shots near a house that had no open curtains, a large number of cars, and frequent short term visitors. I briefly contemplated a side business in surveillance, but as the industrial seed oil smoke from the nearby fast food outlet enveloped my hair, I realised I wouldn’t have the tenacity. And I don’t eat donuts.

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Ah, the serenity.

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Beyond the tutu. An exercise in being present.

After about Day 3, W said he no longer needed to see my daily finds, but to let him know when I have something different. Luckily I have a boom or bust approach to, well, everything; a perfect foundation for making hay when nature shines.

So, at the risk of overdoing the mallee and macrocarpa theme, here are a few from the last few days. I’m gathering a body of such work over at Nina Williams Photography, so check in there every now and again, if you would like to see more. I’ll be taking calendar orders in November!

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Iconic Australian Imagery

Iconic Australian Imagery

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I always love to hear if you have a favourite, and please let me know if you are interested in the plant names!

 

 

 


4 Comments on “Tutu time”

  1. Wyn Williams says:

    They are sooo lovely. Ma XXXX

  2. Christine says:

    Nina, love the monotone look of your second image with that little peep of pink. No. 5 is special too with that gentle yellow against the grey leaves. Those sweet little pods struggling to burst open in flower. Strong compositions. Lovely Nina. Keep it going. Chris xo

  3. Nina Williams says:

    thanks Chrissie – so thoughtful, and useful! x


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