Wednesday, 18 August 2021

Echidna and Cassowaries


With our exercise radius shrinking, I tore off to The Botanic Gardens for one last circuit with a view.

I was delighted by the echidna that had replaced the koala. Something new in this stagnate, small world.

The whimsy of it gave rise to a joyful feeling that eclipsed the feeling of yet another loss, as the gardens fall in the 5-6 kms radius from my house.

The cassowaries remain unchanged, though this time were dappled in sunlight.

It's funny how the smallest things can lift your mood. As I've discussed before 'Little things are not tiny matters. ― Hrishikesh Agnihotri



"The little things are the big things. It’s a fundamental shift in...experiencing your world with joy.” ― Richie Norton

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11 comments:

  1. What a fun place to explore. Way cool.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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  2. Vielen Dank für die schönen Bilder.
    Herzliche Grüße – Elke (Nature Thursday)

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  3. What an interesting place you showed us. And you were very inspired in bonding images and quotes.
    If we pay attention, there are a lot of small things and not spectacular events that can turn our mood in a positive way.
    Thank you for sharing this fabulous area!
    Happy Today and a fine weekend!

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  4. They are beautiful gardens and I like the echidna! it's nice you have been able to get out and explore there despite lockdown - time in nature is so important!

    Hope your week is going well :)

    Away From The Blue

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  5. So cute <3 I had to google echidna, now I know more about this animal. So great that they have prepared some joy for the visitors. Thank you for sharing, have a pleasant weekend.

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  6. Just saw your comment - it was in the spam folder - sorry. A lovely post:) Emille (Jesh)

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  7. That is so very cool. Love them. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. I agree Little things are the most joyful things in our life. Thanks for sharing with Garden Affair.

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  9. Yes, Lydia, in these dark days we must grab onto some whimsy lightly wherever we may encounter it. Lovely shots!
    Hope you're doing OK...

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