Mountains have a great way of telling you just how insignificant you are in the scale of things.
I thought the Sunday Stills challenge with the theme of sepia would work well with shots of older architecture in Sydney.
Daily Post’s photo challenge this week is Depth — in my case, it’s the watery kind.
Someone has planted clumps of this very pretty flower in the garden in front of my apartment building. (They’ve also planted two gigantic, rather scary-looking things that I feared might be triffids until the heads appeared and I realised they are sunflowers, but that’s another story.) Can anyone tell me what these are? Thanks!