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Alison Lee Cousland

Alison Lee Cousland

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Alison Lee Cousland
ATTENTION bloggers: Would you like to be part of the next Tiny Buddha Book: 365 Tiny Love Challenges.
Alison Lee Cousland
Robert J McKenzie
these flowers look like the Mt Cook Lily in the mountain ranges of the South Island of New Zealand. See how nature has given these seeds a good start by the wind.
  • July 18, 2014
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Alison Lee Cousland
I have a feeling these flowers would be found in many other parts of the planet Robert. I always thought of them as being Africa as in some ways they look like a protea ~ Especially in the early stages.

The NZ south island mountain ranges must look amazing when the Mt Cook Lily is flowering ~ I imag...
  • 10 hours ago
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Alison Lee Cousland
Alison Lee Cousland
Everlasting flowers ~ Also known as 'Paper flowers' are indigenous to Australia. This photograph was taken in a wildflower garden last summer, when I stayed at Blackburn, an outer suburb of Melbourne.
  • July 16, 2014
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Karin Akouete
Thanks Ally You sure have some unique flowers over there, and beautiful too! And the same goes for your wild animals. Thanks for sharing.
  • July 16, 2014
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Alison Lee Cousland
NO HOOPS.
Alison Lee Cousland
The caption was also very clever ~ Simple and easy to ready and enough to arouse my curiosity. I clicked on the banner to see who was offering 'Currency transfers without jumping through hoops.'
  • July 15, 2014
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Alison Lee Cousland
Pleased to share this banner with you Raymond. The banner was linked 'World First' ~ 'A leading foreign exchange and international transfers provider, specialising in assisting people who require to transfer money to and from Australia.' ~ And so it was a VERY handy service for me to find out about...
  • July 16, 2014
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Alison Lee Cousland
Alison Lee Cousland
Inga, it all started when Sylvia came home from being at the beach for the day with her students, and brought me home a 'present' ~ In a plastic bag: A few strands of very dark and very delicate seaweed.
  • July 15, 2014
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Alison Lee Cousland
Paul, really pleased you like this photograph too. The art work of others I've always gravitated towards is non representational ~ The less obvious the more I like it. And yet my own drawing and painting and now photography has always been 'realist' ~ Have been experimenting with sectioning and blur...
  • 11 hours ago
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