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THE COOL COLOURS OF A LATE WINTER'S DAY
Photographs taken in "Kibbenjelok", Middleton Tasmania by Gay Klok with her digital camera
during June, 1998
 
 
 
 
A typical cool Winter's evening at the "Big Pond Cinderella"
 
 
The first narcissus "Erlicheer" is already sharing its perfume
 
 
 Euphorbia from the Canary Islands and roses in background
 
 
 
At last, the Camellias begin to show off
 
 
Chaenomeles, Ornamental Quince, this white form seems to always flower early
 
 
 
The house is sleepy in the late afternoon Winter sun
 
 
Betulas, birch trees, showing off their white trunks
 
 
 
The Autumn cherry tree, subhirtella autumnalis,  that always waits until Winter
 
 
A bright note is struck with Lonicera, Honeysuckle
 
 
Iris unguicularis gleaming in the late afternoon sun
 
From  sunroom window, Rosa "Iceberg" still in bloom
 
The spidery flowers of the Hamamelis, Witch Hazel that smell so wonderful
 
 
In the sunroom this orchid is in bloom very early
 
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