What is this called?
Yesterday I asked for your help in naming the flowers I photographed on my recent trip to Dunsborough.
A trip obstensively organised in order for me to play bridge, drink and eat with others who like to play bridge, drink and eat.
We didn’t win any money but the Busselton Bridge Club put on a fine event and we had a lot of fun.
Luckily for this blog, Doug (well his fiancee) and Paul came to the party with a bunch of names and now there is just one little orphan.
Does this pic help?
Found under a bush at Dunsborough. July 4, 2009.
About 18 cm tall.
More about this orchid.
Of course my orchid hunter (Hugamuga) found it.
It was the first time we’ve seen a greenhood on this site.
Not that south west orchids smell – well not that I know of – but it occured to me today that I haven’t seen even one orchid in the wild this year.
In fact at all.
And I love these little treasures of the bush.
It makes me feel good to find them. Feel good to know that they are there.
Also most of this year I haven’t played bridge (although I have started again in the last fortnight). And I love playing bridge.
Are these the indicators that tell you your life is out of balance?
Maybe it’s the holiday season or maybe it’s Groover’s change in work. His change becoming my change?
Or at least forcing me to reassess my life.
What are the indicators in your life?