It’s well and truly spring, and Beth is in the garden whenever she gets the chance. Garden Beth is Zen Beth.
Spring time in Brisbane means that jacarandas blanket the suburbs with purple. A vibrant warning to students on impending final exams, a violet warning to everyone else that summer is just around the corner.
Did you know there’s an actual colour called Spring green? It’s a combination of cyan, the colour of water, and green, the colour of plants. I love the softer green colours of spring with new growth bursting forth – this tree in our garden is a perfect example of new growth and spring colour. I’m so thankful to live in an area with four distinct seasons, and spring is a definite favourite.
Ready to spring into action.
Embrace your imperfections. Be a scary autumn pumpkin.
Spring in Melbourne means racing and at this time of year, horses appear along Glenferrie Road (our main street), and this year they’re adorned in flowers. It’s one way to celebrate spring I guess!
Spring is abundance; colours, textures, shapes, smells…
Our week 16 theme is: Blue…