Freesias were popping up in almost every garden as they are prolific in spreading into nearby gardens. Daisies are also prolific spreaders with a patch in front of a picket fence that looked very attractive with a couple of bright gazanias adding extra colour. A patch of paper daisies added more colour.
Glenwood Drive is only a meandering 500 metres in length but a large grassy park can be accessed from two points giving an almost circular walk. The park has a small play area and several trees, where I photographed a noisy miner and a pair of colourful rainbow lorikeets.
One tree trunk was decorated with a face while another protruded through a paling fence. It is rewarding to see man-made structures 'giving way' to nature. An almost common sight is garden beds surrounding trees.
A plant festooned archway with a picket gate was an interesting entrance to one garden. A wheelbarrow was a plant holder in retirement. Only one garden lamp was seen and a cement urn was spied in another.