I’m in the throes of planning my new garden. It’s an exciting time. Today’s prompt took me back to my previous home that had a back garden in two levels. The upper level had a hedge of 14 white ice berg roses that bloomed incessantly. I planted white flowers in flower beds and pots too. It was magical. It looked like it snowed in summer.
I love white linen tops (last count, 17). I’ll say no more!
So out of my wardrobe and into Nature …I wanted to visit Shell Beach up in Shark Bay some day. I was there to see white shells. I did. Trillions of them.I love photographing seagulls, perhaps because of my love for the book ‘Jonathan Livingston Seagull’. They remind me, I was given wings of freedom. So I chart my own course and fly.I also love the white wave that brings a poised surfer to shore.The white sundew in spring.A beautiful pest, the arum lily, blooms in the hundreds, roadside in Busselton in the south west.The exquisite white boab flower that blooms up in the Kimberley. The snowdrops that bloom at my front door, around the anniversary of my father’s passing.Then there are the roses in my garden. Some pure white.Others, tinged with pink.And then there are those that appear against the white picket fence. They are the first thing I see when I return from trips. They say “Welcome home”.
Hope where ever you are, there’s some white magic in your life.
Until next time
a dawn bird