Autumn leaves will make me happy year upon year until I die. The variety of colours, all hanging on the same tree, or piling up below, contrasting with the green grass, never fail to catch my eye. My favourite days of the year are possibly the crisp autumn ones with bright blue skies, coloured leaves… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #361: Autumn Leaves
Turns out there are several rampant grape vines in my neighbourhood. I spotted this beauty in its takeover bid on my evening walk. The setting sun lit it up like a stage light in all its conquering glory.
My morning stroll took me past a large eucalyptus tree that appeared to being growing entwined with another sizeable deciduous tree. On closer inspection, it is in fact a grape vine that has wound its way up the trunk to dizzying heights rarely reached by its kind. The leaves are stunning in their autumnal colours,… Continue reading Happiness as Anarchy #329: Autumn vines